Summary: I'm not even into tennis, but I have played several different tennis games (both on PS and PS2). Sega Sport Tennis outplays the other games without hesitation. The play is so much smoother, faster and EXTREMELY EASY. You don't have to be a tennis pro to play this game!! I love to play the pro tour mode... and go through all the training and matches to see my player move up in the ranks.
Summary: I've been playing a friend's copy of Sega Sports Tennis and just ordered it for myself. I have purchased Sega Sports Tennis and also Smash Court Tennis Pro Tournament, by Namco, both for Playstation 2. Sega Sports was released in July 2002, while Smash Court was released on March 2002. Sega is MUCH more fun than Smash Court. The graphics are VERY good and the play is, albeit slightly less realistic, much more practical for using computer controls..
Summary: It's the best, alright. But its competition is...well, none existent, really. What I liked about the game was its attention to detail. Unlike other tennis title, your character actually developes in skill. At first, your ground strokes and serves are pathetically slow. Fortunately, so is the footwork of your opponents. There are alot of training games you can play (it's more of a mini-game) to improve our skills. Want to have a blazing serve?
Summary: Sega Sports Tennis is so cool because you get to play with people such as venus,serena,linsasy davenport monica seles when I first looked ok.But it is ssooo fun it's way better then the one for dreamcast graphixs 5/5 plus if you when a tourtament you might vs.
Summary: sega sports really hit an ace this time. not only is the game fun, but it's really difficult to beat. it's not one of those lame games where you go through and beat the game in a matter of an hour or two. this game took me a month to beat it. the game is tricky, if you turn it on to the hard or very hard levels, your definitely in for a excellent match. this game is probally the most fun multplayer game i've ever played.
Summary: You have a selection of 8 Top Men Pros and 8 Top Women pros to choose from, and two secret characters that you can unlock after beating the game on the normal mode or above without losing a game. Although I am dissappointed that this is another arcade simulation like Virtua Tennis was for the DreamCast, and there is no real Tournaments, or GrandSlams or Tour Mode, the game is very good. You can create your own player.
Summary: I like it a lot. I like doing world tour mode (highest ranking 25 but then i had to take the game back). All the players look good and the venues look good. But i don't understand in tournament mode why you have to go to like 4 different places ( like i wish u could pick a tournment to enter like Wimbeldon and play all the rounds)and i wish u could play for the different cups. I just wonder where was Pete, and Andre.