The world record for most aces in a match is held by John Isner, with 112 aces in a first round match against Nicolas Mahut at the 2010 Wimbledon Championships on June 22nd - 24th 2010 (Mahut holds second place with 102 in the same match); the match also holds several other Open Era records, including longest match, at over eleven hours in length, and most combined aces - 214 in total. The record for the fastest ace (as well as the fastest overall serve) is held by Andy Roddick who served a 155 mph (~249 km/h) ace against Vlamir Voltchkov during the 2004 Davis Cup.
Margaret Court, she won 24 Grand Slams in her life.
There isn't a maximum number of aces that a tennis player can make in a single tennis match. For example, Wimbledon has no tie-breaker in the fifth set, so the fifth set is limitless, so there is no maximum number of aces.
I believe it is still Steffi Graf.
Pete Sampras, 283 weeks as number One. ~ Sai
Roger Federer! He has won 16 grand slams thus far, the most in th history of tennis. <3
In tennis it's called a ace
theres no maximum but federer has the most
The minimum age limit for a professional tennis player is 14 and they are limited to a maximum number of 4 games per yr until they reach 16
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