Tennis balls that are kept at about 70 degrees and a low humidity will bounce higher on a given surface than balls kept at extremes of either environmental measure. Tennis balls used at professional tennis events are designed for the venue's specific surface, such that, for the most part, all will bounce equally high on their corresponding surface. Given that, a ball designed for a grass or clay court, will probably bounce higher on a hard court than a ball designed for a hard count.
A ball of glass will bounce higher than a ball of rubber. A ball of solid steel will bounce higher than one made entirely of glass. It is a common misconception
try the two piece ball, or maybe the multi layer.
Most balls in this case are made of rubber, the thicker or more dense the rubber the less the bounce
a bouncy ball
Rubber bands i think
Badminton is a game kind of like tennis, except the rackets are not as wide and a LOT lighter. Also, instead of tennis balls that bounce, you use shuttles. The rules are if the ball bounces even once inside the court, the person who hit the ball gets a point. Also, you don't serve the ball like in tennis.
For a ball Machine, it does not change the kind of ball you would use if you were playing a tennis match. If you are a keen tennis player (plays more than 3/4 times per week) i wouldrecommend to buy Head ATP or any Slazenger but if you are just a typical player any unpressurised ball can be used with success.
A tennis ball
the kind that works...obviouslyy:))
tennis balls football rugby ball and oder
One made of dense but highly-elastic material.
Since no energy was lost, we can conclude that it was an elastic collision.
Tennis. toli which is a form of stick ball
no, a regulation baseball usually weighs about 9 oz.
It depends on whether they are both moving or if one is stationary and the other is moving.