Yes, this is because when the tennis ball is in a heated environment warm air enters through the ball and because the temperature gets higher, the tennis ball would get bigger. When the tennis ball is bigger it would bounce higher.
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No, a room temperature ball does not bounce higher than a heated tennis ball. In fact, the heated tennis ball will bounce higher than its room temperature counterpart. This is because tennis balls rely on a high pressure internal pocket of air for their bounce. Heating the tennis ball would increase the pressure of the air inside the ball (pressure varies as temperature) which would cause the tennis ball to bounce higher. This holds (albeit for different reasons) for most solid balls as well, such as baseballs.
The temperature of the ball does not affect the surrounding/outside air, but it does affect the air inside the ball.
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The Temperature of a body tends toward the temperature of its surroundings. It depends where the tennis ball is. If it is in a place of 10 degrees Celsius it will be 10 degrees Celsius after a long enough time of being there.
The ball becomes super charged when hot and better to play tennis with when cold
It the ball has air in it, then an increase of temperature will increase the pressure within the ball, over the short term. Over the long term, all pressurized tennis balls lose pressure. If the ball is the pressureless type, it has no air to be affected by temperature.
There isn't a "average" size because they all come in different sizes, but some sizes are tiny, golf ball, tennis ball, and baseball ball. They can get bigger as they molt. The average size people think of is a golf ball~tennis ball.
In theory, yes, however the largest effect of the temperature will be on the court. The hotter the surface is, the higher the ball will bounce.