Hyeon Chung pulled out during his game against Klahn at 249 km / h!

The South Korean, semifinalist last year, had to overcome two sets against the American thanks to powerful serves like the one achieved in the fourth set.

Hyeon Chung achieved a long-awaited victory in his debut at the Australian Open. The South Korean, a semifinalist last year, had to work hard to go back two sets against American Bradley Klahn and prevail by 6-7 (5), 6 -7 (5), 6-3, 6-2 and 6-4.

Please Klahn scored 22 aces for 10 of Chung, the South Korean achieved one of the records of the tournament so far after making a serve in the fourth set ... 249 km / h

This service would be among the fastest in the history of tennis but far from the service achieved by the Australian Sam Groth that last year managed to get to 263 kilometers per hour. ahead of Chung there would also be two other mythical gunships like Ivo Karlovic, with a 251 km / h kick, and Andy Roddick, also with a 249 km / h kick.

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