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The quickest service game of the Tennis history?

25 seconds. As long as the tennis professionals on the ATP Tour, between two facings, a time from 2020. The so-called Shot Clock was used last year for the firs

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The quickest service game of the Tennis history?

25 seconds. As long as the tennis professionals on the ATP Tour, between two facings, a time from 2020. The so-called Shot Clock was used last year for the first time at the US Open officially. What can happen in the Tennis within 25 seconds, that's all, showed Daniil Medvedev and Lucas Pouille. Okay, it was 29 seconds.

But the Russian needed in the eighth final of Stuttgart, only so much time to his service game through. In the third set when the score was 1:5 from the point of view of Medvedev, he proposed Pouille four times a ACE in the ear, already his serve was gone. Whether it was officially the fastest service game in the history of tennis, has not yet been verified. But according to rumors, the fastest Game so far was in 1998 at Wimbledon when Goran Ivanisevic should have brought its Service in 35 seconds. So or so: Games with less than a Minute of playing time are rather rare.

Pouille is likely to be warmly been no matter. The 25-Year-old brought his subsequent premium by sending and secured the victory (7:6 (8:6), 4:6 and 6:2). In the quarter-final, he meets Jan-Lennard Struff. (fas)

Created: 13.06.2019, 09:37 PM

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