Because the momentum of a cricket ball is higher than that of a tennis ball going at the same speed, it is easier to stop a cricket ball than a tennis ball going at the same pace. As a result, the tennis ball requires less force to stop than the cricket ball.In other words, a body moves only when a force of a given size is applied to it in a specific direction.
When an opposite force of equal magnitude is supplied to a moving body, it can be stopped.A moving tennis ball has a lower mass than a cricket ball moving at the same speed.
As a result, the tennis ball has less momentum than the cricket ball, making it easier to control.As a result, the tennis ball has less momentum than the cricket ball, making it easier to stop a tennis ball going at the same speed as a cricket ball. It also provides additional friction. As a result, gripping the tennis ball is much easier.