ATP Match Stats, part of the Infosys ATP Scores & Stats Centre, began in 1991 and relates to singles main draw matches from ATP World Tour tournaments, Grand Slams, and the Olympics (from 2008 on). Aces. Aces.
What is the fastest ace in tennis? Sam Groth holds the record for the fastest ace in history at 263 km/h (163.4 mph) during a 2012 challenger match. However, the ATP does not officially recognize the serve as the fastest. As a result, John Isner holds the official record for the fastest ace at 253 km/h (157.2 mph) during a 2016 Davis Cup match.
"Australian Samuel Groth hit an ace recorded at 163.4 mph (263 kph) Wednesday during an ATP Challenger event in Busan, South Korea. The serve, which came during Groth's second-round defeat to Belarusian Uladzimir Ignatik, is the fastest ever recorded at a professional tennis event."
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jump to navigation Jump to search. John Isner holds the ATP-recognised record for the fastest recorded tennis serve, with a serve recorded at 253.0 km/h (157.2 mph) in the first round of the 2016 Davis Cup.
Serena Williams holds the record for most aces in a tournament with 102 en route to winning the 2012 Wimbledon title. Karolína Plíšková has the most aces in a single season with 530 in 2016, which broke her own record of 517 in 2015.
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He sent the ball flying at a blistering speed of 249.4 km/h or 159 mph. The record wouldn't be touched until 2011. 3. Milos Raonic, 2012; surface: indoor hard
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The fastest serve ever recorded at the Australian Open was 242 km/h (150 mph) by Marius Copil of Romania in 2015. Previously, American Taylor Dent held the fastest serve ever recorded at the Australian Open at 231 km/h (144 mph) in 2006.