This cell has nothing to do with Newtons third law other than the girl realizing she needs to hit the tennis ball harder to get a equal reaction.
Why doesn't the tennis ball go to the other side? Maybe I need to swing harder?
This cell has nothing to do with the law but she is getting ready to hit the tennis ball.
In this cell an equal force is released onto the tennis ball from the racket, causing the ball to have an increased acceleration and move farther.
*agreesive not needed screaming that drains more energy but you do anyway*
In this cell, the ball has made it to the other side of the net, meaning the force put on it was equal and gave enough inertia and accelerated the ball towards the other side of the net. An opposite reaction is not shown but after hitting the ball, the racket swings back a bit showing the opposite reaction of hitting the tennis ball.
I... made it?
In concluesion no one believed Newton and thought he was crazy, but now scientists have come to realize that he was right this whole time and his laws have changed the way we look at force and motion today.
Newton sipping his tea in heaven knowing he was right all this time
Newtons third law was that for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.