Which is better? A cricket ball or a tennis ball? Ask any sports fan and you’re likely to get a variety of responses. Some people will argue that the cricket ball is better because it can be hit further, while others will say that the tennis ball is better because it bounces more unpredictably.

In this blog post, we’ll take a closer look at the pros and cons of each ball in order to help you make up your mind about which one is best for you.

Tennis Ball

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A tennis ball is a small, spherical object that serves as the playing implement in the game of tennis. It has been used for over 150 years and was originally made from wool-covered leather until nylon became available during World War II when rubber supplies were scarce due to rationing efforts overseas or because it couldn’t be imported from Japan anymore (which had attacked Pearl Harbor).

The last major innovation occurred around 1970 when polyester replaced nylon on modern balls; however there have been many minor changes since then such as using recycled materials instead of new ones like plastics and metals which make up most modern-day products including tennis equipment itself!

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Pros:

Tennis Balls are easier to hit than cricket balls because they bounce predictably and this makes it easier for players to control their shots. They also tend to be lighter than cricket balls so they don’t hurt as much when you get hit by them!

Cons:

Tennis Balls are harder on your arm because they require more effort from the player in order to generate power when hitting them with a racket or bat; however, if you want something that feels like home then nothing beats playing tennis at home using only one of these objects instead of two different types which would make up most modern-day products including tennis equipment itself!

Cricket Ball

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The cricket ball is a hard, red leather-covered sphere with stitched seams. It was originally made from cork and string but now has an outer layer of cork covered by two layers: one white woolen cloth that gives it its shape; the second being rubber which provides durability for longer use without cracking under pressure or tearing open like some other balls do when hit too hard on any surface even concrete!

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Pros:

Cricket Balls are more durable than tennis balls because they don’t crack as easily (if at all) and they can withstand harder hits without breaking apart so you won’t have to worry about replacing them every few months if you play frequently enough.

Cons:

Cricket Balls are harder to hit than tennis balls because they don’t bounce as predictably and this makes it more difficult for players to control their shots. They also tend to be heavier than tennis balls so they can hurt more when you get hit by them!

Conclusion:

If you’re looking for something that is durable and doesn’t crack as easily (if at all) then nothing beats playing cricket with a good quality ball. However, if what matters most to you is having fun without worrying about replacing equipment every few months or so due to wear-and-tear on the surface then tennis might just be your game! It really depends on how often one plays either sport there are pros cons associated with both types of balls but ultimately it comes down to personal preference in Australia!