New York. America’s 20-year-old Alicia Parks may have been out of the first round of the US Open, but she has got her name registered in the record books of the last Grand Slam of the year. Parks holds the record for the fastest serve in the US Open. She served at a speed of 129 mph during a first-round match against Olga Danilovich on Court 13 at Flashing Meadows.
In this way, he equaled the record set 14 years ago by Venus Williams for the fastest serve. Parks equaled Venus’s record in the very first Grand Slam match in her career. However, they had to face defeat in this match by 3-6, 5-7.
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Venus did such a stormy service in 2007
This was the first match in the main draw of a Grand Slam in the career of 6 feet 1 inch tall Parks, who lives in Atlanta. Venus set the record for the fastest serve during the first round match of the US Open in 2007. She has been champion here twice but is not participating this time due to a foot injury.
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