Venus Williams, Andy Murray Play Car Roof Tennis In Traffic

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Venus Williams and Andy Murray hopped on top a pair of Sony Ericsson-branded Mercedes-Benz GLK's for a promotional tennis match in Miami traffic. Nothing in that sentence makes much sense does it?

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The two tennis players and a raft of others are in Miami for the Sony Ericsson Open which starts on Wednesday, and this little stunt is obviously meant to draw attention to the tournament. The players were happy to ham it up for the camera, no-doubt happy to get a paycheck out of the show. Also, that dude in the blinged-out Magnum is totally looking up Venus' skirt. [TimesOnline]

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ash78
Ash78, voting early and often

So if Murray serves rearward at 120mph and is traveling atop a GLK going 5mph (thus resulting in a net 115mph airspeed), what is the difference in trajectory vs. a normal 115mph serve on solid ground?

Assume calm wind conditions. Show your work.