This article lists serving speed record breaks for the men's and women's professional tennis. Currently, the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) does not formally recognize service speed Nevertheless, the serve speed of km/h ( mph) recorded by Australian Sam Groth at an ATP Challenger event in. Samuel Groth (born 19 October ) is an Australian former professional tennis player. In , in an ATP Challenger in Busan, Groth hit the fastest serve on record with a mph ( km/h) ace, but lost the match to Uladzimir Ignatik, 4 –6, 3–6. .. Jump up ^ [1]; Jump up ^ "Aussie smashes tennis serve speed record ". A booming, cannon ball-like blast emanates from Sam Groth's tennis racket nearly every time he serves. The serve will end up as another easy ace for Groth. Not everyone, however, is sold on Groth's speed record.

Sam Groth holds the record for the fastest serve in tennis. Photo: Getty Images. How does it feel to have the biggest serve in tennis? Sam Groth At the moment, I am happy to say I have hit at least one that fast. Thinking about. Sam Groth - World's FASTEST Tennis Serve Ever! - km/h! . In times where a player hit the same serve speed twice, the oldest is listed. Sam Groth breaks fast-serve record. The ATP does not officially recognise service speed records because of the variance in radar guns, but.

Sam Groth is competing in the final event of his career at the Australian Open. He plays No. 1 seed Taylor Fritz in the first round of qualifying. Kate Whitney. AUSTRALIAN battler Sam Groth can boast the fastest serve in tennis after sending down a missile clocked at km/h during a tournament at. A fast serve certainly isn't the be all and end all in tennis, but it certainly helps. Of course, not many can claim to have mastered the art. But those who have possess a powerful weapon, with Sam Groth certainly among their.