Thread: Eureka moments
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Old 03-09-2012, 07:14 PM   #7
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The realization that tennis balls are livelier on warm/hot days. Actually, I first noticed that balls felt hard (esp Dunlop balls) and did not bounce very well on cold days/nights. The air pressure in a pressurized ball is highly dependent on temperature. As the ball warms up on a cold night, the bounce improves somewhat. This ball liveliness can affect your judgement of the bounce if you are not aware of it.
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