Summary: I should probably have realized that since I got this game for free when I bought my DS lite, it probably wasn't a great game. This game is somewhat entertaining for a short time, but is also extremely frustrating.
Summary: I don't agree with the other reviewers here, at all. I think this is a GREAT game... First, of course serves can be hard to return. I think that part is very realistic - imagine trying to return a Roddick or Federer serve in real life... talk about impossible.
Summary: This game takes the game of tennis right to the palm of your hand. I've played "Virtual Tennis" for the GBA and this game is more realistic. The Good Points: 1) Play against "real" tennis pros 2) Variety of shots easy to hit, one button for each shot.
Summary: When a company delays the release of a game "for further development," it's never a good sign. When said game is then released with absolutely no fanfare (and no reviews on any game review sites), that's the kiss of death. It's basically the same thing as a film which wasn't screened for critics.
Summary: I hated everything about this game, the graphics, the gameplay, the camera angles etc. The publisher should be ashamed of themselves for producing such trash. The game is also very unrealistic and boring. I only played this game for 5 minutes before realizing how bad it was.
Summary: Presentation: 16 top players and a couple of liscenced tournaments. Plus a full career mode. Great for tennis nuts like me. 8/10 Graphics: Unplayable on an original DS but is alright on Lite. Players are recognisable if you know them and courts are pretty nicely re-created.