Hitting a tennis ball incorporates nearly every muscle in your body. Power is generated in your legs and your core muscles, then transfered into your shoulders, and finally into your arms. It's just like when you punch someone; weight transfer throughout the entire body generates the force.
A muscular core allows you to hit the ball solidly while running or off balance, the core is the most important part of the body for tennis. A strong core let's the player rotate the whole body into a swing to give more power and speed to the raquet and ball. Muscular strength is used to increase head speed on the raquet, increased head speed gives more power and spin to the ball. A stronger forearm and shoulder can increase the speed you swing the raquet. Muscular strength in the legs allows the player to hit the ball more solidly and get to the ball quicker. Footwork is the most important part of tennis, the stronger your legs..the quicker you are. Leg strength is also very important for serving, you use your legs to push off the ground to get your whole body into a serve swing. This increases the speed of your serve as well as creates better and easier angles to serve with. The higher you are above the court, the easier it is to hit down onto the court without hitting too far or into the net. Muscular strength can also build stamina for longer points. Obviously muscular strength is a huge part of playing tennis, training hard and playing a lot will greatly enhance your game.
Say tennis for example when there is a strong gust of wind the ball could change its direction or it could be harder to hit
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Because the hard surface doesn't absorb any of the energy of the tennis ball - thus the ball bounces higher than if it was dropped on a softer surface.
It is quiet hard. It has a cork centre, covered by leather. So it is harder than a tennis ball, but not as hard as a Baseball ball or a cricket ball.
It is quiet hard. It has a cork centre, covered by leather. So it is harder than a tennis ball, but not as hard as a baseball ball or a cricket ball.
Forehands, and backhands use the hamstring muscle when hitting the ball.
In some ways in tennis i may help you hit the ball harder. same with baseball or you may be able to throw the ball harder.
Get hit by one and tell me. A baseball is relatively hard, but not as hard as a golf ball, but harder than a tennis ball.
Yes, the weight. The lighter the tennis racket, the lighter you hit the ball. The heavier racket can hit harder shots.
i wouldn't say so. i have played softball for most of my life and tennis takes hitting the ball over a fence but softball and baseball require hitting the ball, ptching, and fielding.
The air inside the ball expands on heating and this, in turn, makes the ball harder / more elastic.
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