We have put together a compilation of slow motion videos that we found on YouTube that showcase the serves of some of the best servers on the ATP and WTA Tours.
John Isner Slow Motion Serve
John Isner currently holds the ATP record for the fastest ever recorded serve with the 157 mph serve he hit in a Davis cup match in 2006.
Below is slow motion footage shot at the 2014 Southern and Western Open in Cincinnati of John Isner’s first and second serve.
Source: Tennis Unleashed YouTube Channel
Ivo Karlovic Slow Motion Serve
Ivo Karlović has used his height and serve to great effect on the ATP Tour with over 13,000 aces hit during his career to date.
Many tennis pros, regard Ivo Karlovic’s serve as the biggest weapon on tour.
Below is some slow motion footage of Ivo Karlovic’s serve from a practice session at the BNP Paribas Open.
Source: Love Tennis YouTube Channel
Andy Roddick Slow Motion Serve
Andy Roddick’s serve was one of the most effective on tour as he was able to hit 9,067 aces over the course of his career.
While on tour, he regularly hit serves over 140mph with his fastest recorded serve being 155mph.
Milos Raonic Slow Motion Serve
Along with John Isner and Ivo Karlovic, Milos Raonic has one of the best and fastest serves on the ATP Tour.
Below is some slow motion footage of Milos Raonic hitting serves at the 2012 Australian Open.
Sabine Lisicki Slow Motion Serve
Sabine Lisicki currently holds the record for the fastest tennis serve recorded in women’s tennis for her 131mph serve against Ana Ivanovic in the first round of the 2014 Bank of the West Classic in Stanford, United States.
Source: Essential Tennis YouTube Channel