During the 1969 tournament, Susan Tutt beat Marion Boundy 6–2, 6–0 in 20 minutes. In the 1922 Wimbledon final Suzanne Lenglen defeated Molla Mallory, 6–2, 6–0, in 23 minutes. Some accounts state that the match was over in 20 minutes. In the 1925 Wimbledon final Lenglen defeated Joan Fry in 25 minutes, 6–2, 6–0.
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Serving at 1-5 in the deciding set against Lucas Pouille in the second round in Stuttgart 2019, Daniil Medvedev blasted four aces in 29 seconds!
Possibly the shortest tennis match, in record, is the match between Susan Tutt and Marion Bandy that lasted just 20 minutes, when Tutt beat Bandy 6-0, 6-0 at the Wimbledon tournament in 1969. Rate...
Oct 12, 2011. #1. Tsonga vs Karlovic (Wimbledon) It was a couple years ago I think. It's the fastest game I've ever seen. Can't find it anywhere on youtube for footage, but it was surely under 30s. You would think Karlovic would be the one with the fastest game due to his serve, but Tsonga was just really frustrated and couldn't wait to get his match over with I think.
Nevertheless, this has gotta be way up there. I guess any 4 first serve aces game is going to be really fast, but I wonder which has been the fastest. On a related note, I really think Fed might be the player I've seen with the most sub-60 second games. Sampras must be up there, too.
At the 2012 Internazionali Trofeo Lame Perrel-Faip, Albano took everyone by surprise when he bonked a tennis ball at 160 mph. Expect much from this young player, as he has the skills and talent to become a superstar...and to slam some more tennis balls at very high speeds. 1 Samuel Groth -- 163.7 mph
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 This article lists serving speed record breaks for the men's and women's professional tennis.
I have been around the game for 60 years. I look and I listen. The following are a few simple tips that can truly help any level of play. My tips are simple and can be applied with or without a coach. Whatever success I have had is a direct result of seeing and then saying a few simple words.
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