A tennis court does not move.
tennis ball because a tennis ball is softer and that makes it lose it's bounce first
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Topspin generates more spin than average strokes thus generating increased rotations per minute that adds to more bounce after hitting the court on contact.
Lawn tennis is known to be played on grass, which makes the ball bounce much slower than on a regular hard court. The pace of the game is much slower so there are less winners and longer rallies
Tennis balls are affected by the environment in a few ways. The environment can affect how it bounces. Warm air makes the ball expand causing it to have a higher bounce. Cold air makes the ball contract and can make it harder to bounce.
The Tennis ball is smaller and has less weight than a basketball. The tennis ball will also have less drag.
Different styles of courts affect a tennis player's game. A harder court makes for a faster game, while a grass court makes for a slower game.
Modern tennis balls are made of a hollow rubber core, covered in a wool or nylon shell which is known as the nap. Pressurised air inside the rubber core makes the ball bounce.
AnswerIt has to do with the material a golf ball is made out of. It is a extremely strong material. A golf ball needs to bounce high to be able to get hit by a golf club and fly through the air and hit the ground and bounce. Due to that information a golf ball will bounce highest compared to almost ANY other balls. A golf ball is the winner of bouncing the highest.
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The tennis ball is distorted from its round shape when it hits the ground, which means the volume inside is reduced or the air inside is being compressed. The air then pushes back to restore the tennis ball's original shape and therefore bounces off the ground.
Yes, it makes the rubber ball a little softer and therefore a bit bouncier. In the cold the rubber is cold so it will not bounce as high. -competitive tennis player
Novak is gluten free because it makes him stronger on the tennis court.
never tried, however, VCT makes a good in-expensive court floor!
Yes it will effect the rebound height. It tends to bounce higher in a warm temperature because the molecules speed up and strike the inner core more and faster so this makes it bounce higher!
The reason why the tennis ball bounces higher is because when heat is applied the tennis ball expands making it more like a fly away football 'makes it lighter' when it is bounced it hits the floor and had more air in it so therefore bounces higher.
On the way down it is gravity, on the way up it is the weight and material composition of the ball that compresses and expands due to kinetic energy build up.
A sweater, tied casually around the neck when not coming or going from the tennis court is an affectation that makes me laugh.
Yes, the core of a softball does bounce. It is made out of cork. This is what makes the softball bounce.
The air inside the ball expands on heating and this, in turn, makes the ball harder / more elastic.
Two or four people flinging a ball across a court that is divided by a ground net with netted raquets.
it is make of rubber and is full of air so it can bounce