Best Tennis Video Games

Every tennis player knows the feeling when it is raining outside, and your court booking flops. Those days are created for laziness, but you can still do something connected with tennis. Tennis Video Games can be your choice of how to play tennis even when it is impossible in reality. Here is our list of Best Tennis Video Games.

WimblePong Tennis

Publisher: GazzaperGames

Old good times of Atari and ZX Spectrum computers are back. On your Android smartphone, of course. Pong tennis was probably the first game I played, and it still has a spot in my heart. It is funny, and you do not think so much as you need to move your fingers. WimblePong Tennis is an upgraded version with a green surface, point counter, and you can choose the difficulty level. It is available for free on Google Play for Android phones, but if you search for Pong Tennis on your iPhone, you will find an infinite number of Pong alternatives.

Platform availability: Google Play/Android

Tennis World Tour

Publisher: Maximum Games

You can choose one of the 30 tennis players (Federer, Kerber, Wawrinka) and play on 18 different courts and five different surfaces. Realistic movements on the court and Career mode are included. You can spend hours on this game even with reviews not very favorable.

Platform availability: 

XBOX ONE – Check price on Amazon
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SWITCH – Check price on Amazon

AO Tennis 2

Publisher: Maximum Games

Another tennis game for consoles from Maximum Games got more favorable reviews from players. The graphic is better, and you can create a player with characteristics similar to you. Career mode is redesigned and improved. The price is a bit higher than the Tennis World Tour, but it is worth it.

Platform availability: 

XBOX ONE – Check price on Amazon
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SWITCH – Check price on Amazon

Mario Tennis Aces

Publisher: Nintendo

And the classic Mario can not be omitted from our list. Mario Tennis Ace for Nintendo Switch is for younger players. It is fun, and it challenges your fitness and ability.

Platform availability:

SWITCH – Check price on Amazon

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Tennis Pro Guru

Simon is the leading editor of TennisProGuru.com from 2015. He is an avid tennis player from age of 5, however, he never reached the pro level. Still, he likes playing tennis on different courts, with different rackets, and against different opponents. In his free time, you can find him watching all possible tennis matches he can find on the web or tv. Challenger or Grand Slam? It does not matter, just tennis matters.

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