The record for the longest tennis rally was set on July 20, 2013. There were 50,970 strokes in a game between Frank and Dennis Fuhrmann.
11 hours and 5 minutes.
The longest tennis rally in history is 17,062 non-stop shots in 9hrs 10 min in Alameda, Ca between tennis pro's rob Peterson and Ray Miller in 2001 as part of a USTA event. (Other claims have been made but not verified/ as required)
The longest Dakar rally is maybe 6000 miles.
The longest rally in a tournament was between Will Duggan and Ron Kapp (both USA) who performed a rally of 6,202 strokes, which took 3 hr 33 min, at Santa Barbara Municipal Stadium, CA on 12 March 1988. thats wrong the longest rally was 25544 strokes lasting 15 hours if you dont belive me look it up on guiness world records! 25,544 is technically the longest rally however it was for charity and the point was simply hitting it backwards and forwards. The longest official rally was 643 Strokes between Vicki Nelson and Jean Hepner in 1984.
A rally in tennis is a sequence of shots within a point.A rally starts with serve and return of the serve, and a sequence of shots until the point is won by one of the players.
Research in the Library of Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum would suggest that the longest rally in a tournament was one in which the ball passed over the net 643 times. The competitors were Jean Hepner and Vicky Nelson at Richmond, Virginia USA in October 1984. Nelson went on to win the match. (posted by the Commercial Manager, Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum).
what do you mean? According to Guinness World Records (TM), the longest "contrived" tennis rally is 25,944 strokes by identical twin brothers Angelo & Ettore Rossetti set on 9-10 August 2008 at the North Haven Health & Racquet club in North Haven, CT. The rally lasted 14 hours and 31 minutes.
Win the rally.
I may not be right all my fellow Americans but I think it is 3hours long. thank you for reading my descrition.tou all might have diffrent answers.