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# How many tennis balls per match?

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Yes, as a matter of fact donuts eat an average of 10,000 tennis balls per year. So tennis balls are the prey of donuts. Tennis balls are now extinct and are only made in factories.

just 1... there are 2 balls per guy and there are 11 guys on a team . 2 teams. 44 balls

Consider: a standard tennis ball is 65.41-68.58 millimeters in diameter, so (at the midpoint) ~0.157 liters volume. A random sphere packing is about 36% empty space, so the exclusive volume is ~0.246 liters per ball -- 4 balls per litter. Answer - 40 Balls

there are 6 in 1 over then depending on the format of the game it will change the total amount in a match. In a test match the should be about 90 over per day so thats 540. In an ODI its 50 per innings so thats 300 and 600 per match. In a T20 there are 120 per innings and 240 per match.

It depends upon the players. we cannot tell how many they can play.

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.

1825 or 1830 on a leap year. If you lose 5 balls per round every round, i'd suggest you buy a tennis racket.

After careful deliberation upon this topic, I have discovered that my results are unanamous. The average speed of a tennis balls machine ranks in at a whopping 80 miles per hour.

it should rapid shooter and the player should be able to adjust number of balls per minute

There are six linesman in a match plus one umpire.

There are two time outs per team per game per match.

Guesstimate: 290,000. That's based on a diameter of 6.6 cm. per ball, and dimensions of 2.25m wide, 3.5m high, and 10m long for the bus.

Wilson tennis balls tend to cost around Â£1.50 per ball. Prices vary, depending on what type of quality you require. Cheaper options are available on Amazon and eBay.

during a 45 minute hit with a nike+ chip in my shoe it showed i ran over 6 km

there are 6 balls per over in cricket, unless a wide or no ball is bowled

Guesstimate: 170,000. this is based on a diameter of 6.7 cm. per ball, and dimensions of 9m times 2.25m times 2.5m for the bus. (The figure I came up with is 170,859 and I rounded it to 170,000.)

Very little in manufacture or specifications. Match balls are often a higher quality (around \$30 per ball as opposed to \$5 each) and are used for only two or three matches before being used as another practise ball. They are also less ranging in colour, as white is almost the only colour used for matches.

There is one referee per match. They set up the table, respot balls, keep a running score, clean balls at players descretion etc. There is a second pair of eyes who helps the referee, they can bring up replays of the table on a previous shot if there was a foul and balls need replaced.

Under IRB Rules match balls at the start of the game must be; "65.71-68.75 kilopascals, or 0.67-0.70 kilograms per square centimetre, or 9.5-10.0 lbs per square inch", where the balls length in line 280 - 300 millimetres circumference (end to end) 740 - 770 millimetres circumference (in width) 580 - 620 millimetres

Well average out how many meat balls per person multiply that by 320 and then see how many meat balls are made per lb and measure it out and cook! Leftovers can be frozen for UP TO 1 month.

There are 7 on court per team at a time so in a match there would be 14 between the 2 teams.