The fastest serve ever recorded at Wimbledon was 238.2 km/h (148 mph) in 2010 by Taylor Dent. Andy Roddick has the second-fastest serve ever recorded at Wimbledon in 2004 at 235 km/h (146 mph), and in 2017 Milos Raonic clocked the third-fastest serve at 233.3 km/h (145 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.
That serve eclipsed the previous best of 210.8 km/h (131 mph), which had been held by German player Sabine Lisicki since the 2014 Bank of the West Classic. Sitting in second between those two is Aryna Sabalenka, who smashed the ball 214 km/h (133.0 mph) to her opponent at the 2018 WTA Elite Trophy.
serves. At this year’s Wimbledon tournament, Roddick nailed a 133-mph first serve (blue) that hit the court hard and bounced low with slice—sidespin that curves and draws the returner wide of the sideline. On a second serve (yellow), Roddick employed a 102-mph “kick serve” with heavy topspin, created by brushing the strings upward
Sabine Lisicki Sets WTA Record Fastest Serve | 131mph. Watch later.
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An amazing second serve by Novak!
The kick serve is not as common as the other serves, but it is as effective as those mentioned above. With time and continual practice, the kick serve could be your most efficient tool. The kick serve provides the player with control and a higher bounce, although the bounce speed is slower than the rest, thus making it easier to shoot back.