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Why is a tennis ball fuzzy?

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26

The fuzz creates drag which helps stabilize the flight path of the ball. This principle is also used with dimples in Golf balls.

Joe op

9

It has no hands to hold the razor!

Greg J. op

8

To help your walker slide gently across the floor

Shaba op

7

Its mother screwed a peach..

Viz op

5

To make them cuter.

Anonymous op

7

I adore Fuzzy Balls! Bring em on!

Sandra M Kristal op

7

Impact the aerodynamics - slow down the spin and velocity of the ball when hit.

John op

4

To soak up the dog slobber.

LN op

4

Because soft balls are always better

Nick op

5

Too much testosterone.

Viz op

3

Because my dog likes it soft

Vicki G op

4

Cause you touch yourself at night

Neville op

4

The fuzz on the tennis ball creates more drag allowing players to have more control over the ball, last longer & resist staining. The fuzzy ball teaches us how to handle pressures & all types of treatment at work.

Prashant Sadrani op

2

Because physics.

Sarah op

1

Because the friction of the fuzziness connects to the waffle on the tennis racket, therefore propelling the ball to new heights as it soars over the net.

Jocelyn op

1

To distinguish them from bowling balls.

gdspook op

3

Soften the impact when hitting the ball

Derek op

2

Rogaine

w3techie op

1

Friction at the point of impact with the racket traded off with the aerodynamics.....

KDC op

0

It's the latest fashion

Hunter op

0

So they are easier to hang onto when learning to juggle.

Susan op

0

The fuzz is what allows the tennis racket strings to "grip" the ball. That's how players can spin the ball, gaining optimum control over speed, flight path, and how the ball reacts on the bounce.

Anoniem op

0

Because back when Tennis was invented, all balls were fuzzy

John op

0

When you are not sports coordinated (like me) having a fuzzy soft tennis ball creates a safe feeling when used.

Anoniem op

0

There are degrees of fuzziness on tennis balls to control: -how fast you want the ball to travel. -how much control you have (i.e. spin) The fuzz on tennis balls also comes into play when: -considering the court material you will be playing on (grass, clay, asphalt, etc..) -the tension of the strings on the racquets (grab-ability)

Greg Cummins op

0

Because Tennis play like fuzzy balls!

kulasekhara op

0

It makes them stealth like (quieter)

Anoniem op

0

it wouldn't be one...

=z= op

0

Tennis balls are made to specific regulation standards resulting in repeatabe performance.

C Magnus op

0

Too long look at the ball in from one player to another player. And always so from the beginning of the game until the end of the game

Adikin op

0

Bbecause they don't like to shave. Besides - who doesn't like fuzzy balls ? Next question

Anoniem op

3

New tennis balls -- with lots of fuzz -- move faster than ones where the fuzz wore off. So figure that in your answer

debby op

1

new tennis balls move faster because they're new and more bouncy. Old ones without fuzz are old and have lost some of they're bounce.

Gary op

0

Because it forgot to shave.

Anoniem op

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