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IDS Serve Speed Leaders

Sabine Lisicki hit the fastest serve in women's tennis history in 2014, blasting 131mph against Ana Ivanovic at the Bank Of The West Classic in Stanford. Who's got the biggest heater of 2015?

Published June 09, 2015 12:00

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Below are the 10 fastest servers of the 2015 season so far and all-time, courtesy of IDS:

2015
1. Serena Williams - 128.0mph / 206.0kph (Indian Wells)
2. Denisa Allertova - 124.9mph / 201.0kph (Australian Open)
3. Sabine Lisicki - 124.0mph / 199.6kph (Indian Wells)
4T. Caroline Garcia - 123.7mph / 199.0kph (French Open)
4T. Polona Hercog - 123.7mph / 199.0kph (Australian Open)
6T. Madison Keys - 123.0mph / 198.0kph (Brisbane)
6T. CoCo Vandeweghe - 123.0mph / 197.9kph (Indian Wells)
8T. Lucie Hradecka - 122.0mph / 196.3kph (Indian Wells)
8T. Ons Jabeur - 122.0mph / 196.3kph (Indian Wells)
8T. Venus Williams - 122.0mph / 196.3kph (Miami)

All-Time
1. Sabine Lisicki - 131.0mph / 210.8kph (2014 Stanford)
2. Venus Williams - 129.0mph / 207.6kph (2007 US Open)
3. Serena Williams - 128.6mph / 207.0kph (2013 Australian Open)
4. Julia Goerges - 126.1mph / 203.0kph (2012 French Open)
5. Brenda Schultz-McCarthy - 126.0mph / 202.7kph (2007 Indian Wells)
6. Nadiia Kichenok - 125.5mph / 202.0kph (2014 Australian Open)
7. Anna-Lena Groenefeld - 125.0mph / 201.1kph (2009 Indian Wells)
8T. Ana Ivanovic - 124.9mph / 201.0kph (2007 French Open)
8T. Denisa Allertova - 124.9mph / 201.0kph (2015 Australian Open)
10. Kristina Mladenovic - 124.3mph / 200.0kph (2009 French Open)

Note: IDS collects serve speed data on show courts at certain tournaments (12 in 2015) and started doing so in 1989 ... Players who have had multiple Top 10 fastest serves only have their top one listed, and if they hit that top speed multiple times, just the first time they did it is listed.

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