Although personal style and flair play a small role in serving, the proper way to serve a tennis ball is too long to describe on this website. Instead, click on the wikiHow link, below, for detailed instructions.
Yes, the surface affects the way the tennis ball bounces.
only way is radar..
Let's play tennis! A good way to recognize prepositions is to imagine a tennis net. Now think of a tennis ball as a preposition (e.g., the ball can go "through" the net, the ball can go "over" the net)
Because a golf ball is denser. When you cut a golf ball and a table tennis ball in half, the golf ball is solid all the way through. The table tennis ball has a cavity filled with mostly air inside.
The sport tennis is a sport which is played across the world. Where you strike a ball with a tennis racket. And then ball has to get past the net and the other player does the same. The way you win is if the player misses, hits the ball out.
Pour water in the hole, that way the tennis ball would float up to the surface so you can retreive it.
In table tennis, you score if one of 5 things happens. 1. Your opponent hits the ball out (off the table). 2. Your opponent does not hit the ball over the net. 3. Your opponent hits the ball before it bounces. 4. Your opponent does not hit the ball if it bounces twice. 5. Your opponent does not serve the right way after 2 tries.
no the brand of a tennis ball does not affect it;s bounce because the only way for something to affect a tennis ball's bounce is if it's dead or not.
It's a serve in table tennis. you start to serve with the rubber for forehand (red) pointing at you. Throw up the ball and move the bat parallel to the end of the table (with the rubber the same way). bring it back to you at speed, but flick your wrist to point at the target. NOTE: there are many variations of this serve
hi, i am an experience tennis player, and you have to hit the inside of the tennis ball. this way, you can get the spin that will make the ball spin outwrds. i hope this was helpful. rebecca
use friction by rubbing the ball on something course, but not to course to tear the ball
The heat will cause the air inside the table-tennis ball (ping pong ball) to expand and so push the dint out.
Get a Tennis Ball put White-Out and Lead into it Light the outside of the Ball Throw it (Don't get in the way)
There is no definitive way for everyone to get their serve in. You just have to practice. Some professionals say that serving is the hardest part of tennis, and the only way to get it in is to practice, practice, and practice.
With the inside of your foot not your toe!
The underhand serve is a good serve for beginners to use. It is simply another way of getting the ball over the net. The ball is held in one hand and hit by the heel of the other hand. The underhand is the serve that is generally not as effective as the overhand serve.
The underhand serve is a good serve for beginners to use. It it simply another way of getting the ball over the net. The ball is held in one hand and hit by the heel of the other hand. The underhand serve is generally not as effective as the overhand serve.
to serve the customers in a proper way..
If the sun can't shine on the moon, then the moon isn't illuminated, and it's not visible. Think of it this way: You take a flashlight and a tennis ball into a dark room. You turn on the flashlight and point it at the tennis ball. You notice that you can see the tennis ball. Now your little brother, who has been hiding in the room all along, jumps up out of hiding, and sticks a basketball right between the flashlight and the tennis ball. The front of the basketball is now illuminated, but the tennis ball is dark. It is in the shadow of the basketball. As long as your brother stands there and holds the basketball in the way, the ants on the dark, 'night' side of the basketball may witness a stunning eclipse of the tennis ball.
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just don't let them get to hairy
The heat cause the air inside the ball to expand and undent the ball
The key components of table tennis are your strokes. So, the best way to help a beginning player improve is to teach them proper strokes. This will give them a good foundation to build from whether they stick with the game or decide to come back to it later in life. Now, when playing a game in table tennis, the first thing you do is serve the ball or receive a serve. So, that would be the next thing to improve. In table tennis, a legal serve is tossed at least 6" and as near vertical as possible from the flat palm of the hand making sure not to impart any spin on the ball. The serve has to be from above the table and from behind the white end line of the table. Your opponent's serve may have any degree and variation of spin. So, teaching the player how to return topspin, underspin, sidespin, and no-spin services is very important to propel their table tennis game. Misreading the spin on a serve can cost them an important game in a match. Therefore, they need to see lots of varying serves to learn to return them. Finally, good balance and footwork will help a player drastically improve. Teach the beginning player to have a good ready stance and to lower their center of gravity. Having good balance and being able to move to the ball quickly to execute a proper stroke is very important. So, practice footwork drills that move the player side to side and back and forth from the table. Teaching a beginner these key points will give them an excellent base to build their game from.
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.