Most Consecutive Tennis Ball Bounces On Alternate Sides Of A Rubber Mallet



Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh, India / March 30, 2016

Suresh Gaur bounced a tennis ball on alternate sides of a rubber mallet 626 times.

- must use regulation-size tennis ball
- may only use one hand
- must follow form of current record holder
- must provide video evidence


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  • Australia Peter Craig

    frustrating! I thought I got it but counting back I only got 420, not 520 :)

  • United States Brian Pankey

    Perfection! Peter is magnificent!

  • Australia Peter Craig

    This record is supposed to be 330 bounces, not 227.

  • Australia Peter Craig

    I've submitted the new record for this one but not sure how long it will take to verify, I think the moderating process is being looked at this week. I can moderate it myself but prefer not to as it obviously devalues the whole point of the moderation/validation/witness process.

  • Australia Peter Craig

    It's just getting used to the different bounce style and lining up the alternating sides - also after 200 it starts to blur a little and you loose orientation a bit. It's a shame it's out of camera but from the consistent motion of the hand it's clear there's no foul play but would be nice to have the current record free of any flaw or point of dispute... I'll have to try this one again tonight...

  • United States Brian Pankey

    Thank you again Peter for verifying this record also. I shot this at the park thinking I would get a wider shot but I didn't realize that I stepped out of the camera till after I filmed this. Now that I got the control down to this record. I would like to break it. I would be honored if you break it first!

  • Australia Peter Craig

    Yes although you'd think it's pretty much the same as a table tennis ball, baseball or golf ball, they all have different bounce and shape so it was harder then I thought. The bounce is just off putting at first when comparing it with the other balls.

  • United States Brian Pankey

    Great job! This is a hard record to do because the tennis ball feels so light weight.

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