Venus Williams served the world's fastest tennis ball among women which was clocked at 56.95 m/s (127.4 mph). That's twice the speed limit on a regular highway in New York City. Tilden holds the title of World's fastest tennis ball served among men with a speed of 73.14 m/s (163.6 mph).
However, Wilson is the new provider of Roland Garros tennis balls from 2020 onwards. On the flip side, Slazenger has been the supplier of the Wimbledon ball since 1902, probably the longest partnership deal in the history of any sport. Got any questions or points of view about court surfaces, the speed of the courts or the balls in use?
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The average speed of the fastest serves is 148 mph (238 km/h) The median speed of the fastest serves is 146 mph (235 km/h) Serve speed in mph ranges from 143 mph to 163.4 mph (20.4 mph) Serve speed in km/h ranges from 230 km/h to 263 km/h (33km/h) Player height in feet ranges from 5’9″ to 6’11” (1’2″)
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In other words, the power potential built into the construction of the racquet will deliver 28 mph of bounce speed to each of these 70 mph impact scenarios. The racquet delivers the same number of miles per hour to the shot in each case. But here is the key. The shot speed is different in each case.
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Men's serves must be recorded at or over 230 km/h (143 mph) minimum standard speed. Women's serves must be recorded at or over 200 km/h (124 mph) minimum standard speed. Only one serve per player is recorded here. For example, Andy Roddick has many 230 km/h (143 mph) or faster serves on... In cases ...
Pretty fast but all players are quite accustomed to the speed. The fastest shots are first serves. Typically taller players generate higher speeds on their serves (Karlovic, Isner, Roanic, etc.) that usually are in the 135–140 mph range though there are exceptions like Roddick who at 6′2 still managed 150 mph serves.
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