it decreases it
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.
the hotter the tennis ball is the higher it will bounce because the molecules are moving faster and the pressure is decreasing. Opposite when it is cold.
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.
Well, yes and no. It depends how long you freeze it.
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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
Hot. Personal experiments have shown that temperatures below 25°C make the ball bounce less. From 25°C and upwards there aren't any greater changes in height of bounce. The balls bounce almost the same.
Technically, a frozen tennis ball will not bounce well because of the temperature. The elasticity is one of the factors in which a ball bounces and when things are colder, there isn't as much elasticity, so it will not bounce as well. Therefore, a dry ball (as long as it wasn't frozen in a container) will bounce better than a frozen one.
The ball becomes super charged when hot and better to play tennis with when cold
Yes. 'Warm' increases the elasticity. Cold decreases the elasticity. Extreme cold can make the substances brittle and not bounce at all.
because tennis balls turn in to ice when cold, and then dont bounce.
A tennis ball bounces higher in hot weather than in cold weather because the density of air is less in this weather, due to which the frictional force is reduced