-> with a roller: calves, hamstrings, quadriceps, fascia lata (the side of the thigh) and lower back. 2-3 mins per muscle should be plenty, and for some of them, like the calves, you can do both sides at the same time to speed things up (if there's enough pressure on the muscle).
-> with a ball: the muscles behind the shoulder and all around the shoulder blade, the pecs (by rolling the ball over them), and using your hand to massage the forearm using massage oil if necessary.
- If you've still got a bit of time left, hold an ice pack on any painful joints (ankle, knee, shoulder, etc.) for 5-10 mins to reduce pain before your next match.
You can do all this on the edge of the court or in the changing rooms, alone or with your team, using equipment that fits easily inside a sports bag (it also helps to have access to the sports centre's fridge or freezer to put your ice packs in). The result will be a certain amount of muscle recovery and a soothing effect on painful joints in the space of just 30 minutes!
To dive deeper into the topic, this article explains why it's so important to recover well, and explains each kind of recovery method: