A rally in tennis is a collective name given to a sequence of back and forth shots between players, within a point. A rally starts with the serve and the return of the serve, followed by continuous return shots until a point is scored which ends the rally.
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- Guinness:Longest Tennis Rally - 51,283 strokes
- The Guardian:Longest Tennis Rally in a Tournament - 643 strokes
- Healthy Living:Difference between Rallying and Volleying in Tennis
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