Tennis Ball Slow Motion (142 mph - 6000 fps)
A tennis ball compresses into a small cake when it gets hit by the racket and then accelerates to a speed of 142 mph (228 km/h).
Recorded at 6000 frames-per-second in super slow motion by and Olympus high speed video camera.
It's in credible how flat the ball becomes, and yet it is completely resilient, bouncing right back into shape, good as new, as though nothing ever happened.
It still has countless more great games left in it.
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