By Ivy Sarakar
She served the 10th fastest serve of any female player at 200.0 km/h (124.3 mph).
Her fastest serve came in 2007 French Open final where the serve consisted of a speed of 124.9 mph.
Her fastest serves in tennis history is held by the 5’ 11” German, who hit a 125-m.p.h. serve at Indian Wells
Lucie Hradecka is only.1 km/h faster than Groenefeld.
Naomi Osaka is only.1 km/h faster than Groenefeld and has the same position with Lucie Hradecka.
On 2014 Australian Open, the Ukrainian hit a 125.5 mph serve against Ayumi Morita
She hammered a 202.7 km/h (126.0 mph) serve against Bethanie Mattek-Sands at the 2007 Indian Wells Open.
She served in tennis history of 126.1 mph (203 km/h) is held by Germany’s Julia Gorges
She didn’t just hit one 203.0 km/h (128.6 mph) serve; she blasted two in her match against Garbine Muguruza.
She has hit 207.6 km/h (129.0 mph) twice in her career, once in the first round of the 2007 US Open against Kira Nagy and again in the 2008 Wimbledon final against sister Serena.
The German breached the elusive 130 mph mark for the first time as she clocked a thunderous serve measuring 210.8 km/h (131.0 mph).