In the 1870s, tennis balls were made from India rubber, which was formed from a vulcanisation process invented by Charles Goodyear. Originally tennis balls were made solely of rubber, but they were soon improved by covering them with flannel stitched around the rubber core. Further developments saw the core hollowed and pressurised with gas.
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Tennis balls are rapidly replaced during matches. At the end of the two-week duration for the championship match, the number of balls used during the match is approximately summed to 54,000. More exact speculation by the ITF places it at 54,250.
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The ball can hit any part of the line for the point to be called in, outside the line and the ball is out. The balls in a tennis match are changed for new balls every 6 games A player loses a point if they fail to return the ball in either the correct areas on the court, hits the net and doesn’t go into opponent’s area or fails to return the ball before it bounces twice in their half.
During a tennis match, a player serves the ball at 23.6 m/s, with the center of the ball leaving the racquet horizontally 2.37 m above the court surface. The...
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Generally, there are 6 ball boys/girls present on the tennis court. 2 of them stand near the net and the remaining 4 on each corner of the court. Each one of the 2 BBGs near the court is positioned in the way that 1 boy is present on both sides of the net. These ball boys are not present for the whole match.