Discussion in 'General Pro Player Discussion' started by 93sq., Apr 13, 2008.
Who serve the highest number of aces in a row in history!?
Sam Querrey with 10, Indianapolis, 2007, against James Blake.
In a single game, Boris Becker once served 5 aces in a row when he was down 0 - 40.
Boom Boom Becker in deed. The commentator said he served 4 in a row in his previous match.
Wow..does anyone have the video of Querry?
Stepanek also hit quite a few aces in a row, think it was eight.
Even hewitt once serve at least 10 aces...
what's your record!?
mine is a "perfect" game...2 times in a lifetime..
My own record is 4, only once. 3 flat serves to the T, netted the 4th, and hit a flat 2nd serve to the T and ace.
The other guy just smiled. Never been able to repeat it
Querrey served 10 aces in a row against Blake and Stepanek served 8 in a row against Rochus.
Federer in Shanghai last year served a perfect game against Nadal, that is he served 4 aces and won the game to love.
My record is 4 flat serves to the T once,
the other time 2 flat serves to the T and 2 kickserve (ad uscire...)
Uh, Sampras did the same plenty of times in his career and against better returners in his time.
BTW, the poster that mentioned Querrey at 10 in a row last year is correct, that's the record.
Roddick hit 23 or so (not consecutive) in the first two sets in a Davis cup match I watched recently (against Llodra who won two singles tournaments this year). It's ridiculous. The tennis court was not designed for Pure Drive racquets and poly string.
Then it doesn't count! Anyone know what the record is for the women?
I think it's one...
Wrong. He was down 0:30 and then served 4 aces in a row. Not a perfect game.
LOL, that is good.
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