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A new Mario Tennis game is bringing a new level of skill and competition to Nintendo Switch. Mario steps onto the court in classy tennis garb for intense rallies against a variety of characters in full-blown tennis battles. New wrinkles in tennis gameplay will challenge your ability to read an opponent's position and stroke to determine which shot will give you the advantage. And this time the game adds the first story mode since the Mario Tennis game on Game Boy Advance, offering a new flavor of tennis gameplay, with a variety of missions, boss battles and more
The new standard developed by veterans of tennis simulations: play as one of 30 professional tennis players, learn all the shots, master each type of surface and experience a realistic career mode. Define your style of play and tactics to become n°1 in the world!
Play the game of your dreams with Top Players' Tennis - the only game where you "become" Ivan Lendl or Chris Evert.
But first, you've got four major tournaments to play; the Australian Open, the French Open, Wimbledon and the U.S. Open. Play singles against a friend, or the computer; double up with Lendl or Evert to beat the computer; or play with a friend against the computer. There's excitement, action and sweat as you play game... set... match - and win!
Top Players' Tennis gives you total command of the ball. Hit a passing shot cross-court or down-the-line; play deep from the baseline; serve and volley or take the game with an overhead smash. You set the speed of the serve and the spin on the ball, giving it a top spin, slice, drop shot or side spin - just like the pros. When you're ready, hit a "Miracle shot," where the ball can zig-zag or soar right up in the air!
While you play, Evert and Lendl are by your side, with adviCe at the touch of a button. So put yourself on the court with a pro. With Top Players' Tennis, the only thing between you and the Grand Slam is...you!
Use the amazing combo of moves provided to outwit the world's great female players. Also, this game features different court surfaces, which also affect the bounce and spin of the ball. Singles and Double friendlies can be played against any of the WTA stars. Four major tournaments are offered, success in which will see the player rising through the WTA ranks.
Anna Kournikova's Smash Court Tennis, known in Japan as Smash Court 2 (スマッシュコート2 Sumasshu Kōto Tsū), is a tennis video game developed by Namco for the PlayStation. It is the second title in Namco's Smash Court series of games. The game was released in Japan in November 1998 and was later released in Europe in 1999, featuring the likeness of professional tennis player Anna Kournikova.
Inspired by the golden era of skateboarding, the early 90s and early 2000, Session's primary goal is to make you experience what skateboarding really is; an incredible sport where there are no other goals other than expressing your creativity and achieving success through hard work, perseverance and bits of madness for no one else other than yourself.
Join the fun in this cute and colourful tennis game. Choose from 6 quirky characters and take on all new comers, in an attempt to become the number one WORLD TENNIS STARS. With 6 exciting courts and two play modes, WORLD TENNIS STARS will serve up hours of fun.
An International Hardhitters Tournament is underway in West Sussex, with Ben Clifford coming close to achieving the ultimate crown on a number of occasions, notably when Edgar played Duncan in the quarter finals. Recently however the spoils have been taken by James 'super serve' Southwood through primarily playing with Laval (GER). Critics have attacked his serve and volley game as one dimensional. But he has proved himself time after time in a game of such skill and patience.
Super Final Match Tennis is a multiplayer tennis game for the Super Famicom. It features 28 different tennis professionals (fourteen male, fourteen female) and can support up to four players with the multi-tap peripheral. Various modes, such as exhibition and tournament, are available to play through.
Super Final Match Tennis is a sequel to the highly regarded Final Match Tennis, released on the PC Engine in 1991. Another follow-up for the PlayStation, Hyper Final Match Tennis, would be released in 1996.
Final Match Tennis is by far the deepest tennis game in terms of gameplay on the PC Engine. In fact, its play controls are among the most sophisticated in a PC Engine game and in general, in a tennis game (what still counts to this very day). Don't get fooled by its simple graphics. There is everything in this game that tennis is about. Smashes, stop balls, volleys, back and forehand spins or lobs. At the top of it all, you can play it in every thinkable player combination (training, tournament, 1-4 players). By the way: in addition, its one of the best multiplayer games ever.