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Most Consecutive Tennis Ball Bounces Alternating Between The Flat Side And Spine Of A Tennis Racket

Australia Peter Craig

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Blakeview, South Australia, Australia / June 3, 2010

Peter Craig bounced a tennis ball 55 times between the flat portion and the spine of his tennis racket breaking the previous record by 11. Unfortunately a few bounces are off camera but the varied sound of the bounce indicates bouncing on the correct part of the racket. The last bounce on the spine may be disputed as it hits the inner edge of the spine.

- must alternate tennis ball bounces between spine and flat part of racket
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