“Yeess...with my 27 aces I've got another record. Too bad I missed the 131mph serve by a few inches,” commented the 25-year-old German on her Twitter account. Sabine broke this record with the new VCORE Tour F 97. Featuring aerodynamic fins carved into the inner edge of the frame head, the VCORE Tour F grants a 6% increase in serve speed, allowing you to serve like the record-breaking German. The previous WTA record for most service aces was 24 from Serena Williams.
On July 29th 2014, Sabine made history by hitting a serve that clocked in at 131 mph (210.8 kmh) at the Bank of the West Classic in Stanford, California, becoming the fastest-serving female player in the world.
A video of Sabine’s 27 aces can be found on the official WTA website here.
*Photo of Sabine taken at the 2015 Roland Garros