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The WTA says Sabine Lisicki has hit the fastest record serve in the history of the women's tennis tour, reaching 131 mph (211 kph).
Lisicki hit the serve at 5-5, 40-30 of a first-round loss against Ana Ivanovic in the Bank of the West Classic on Tuesday.
Argentina Football Association chief Julio Grondona has been hospitalized.
Officials at the association said on Wednesday that Grondona felt "mildly indisposed" and was taken to a Buenos Aires hospital.
No other details were released.
Local media were reporting Grondona had a heart attack, but La Nacion newspaper said initial tests dismissed that.
The 82-year-old Grondona has been AFA president since 1979, and was a FIFA senior vice president.