Summary: I bought this thinking it would be as fun as the Wii Sports, but I was disappointed. Playing singles is better than doubles, especially for squash and ping pong. Squash doubles is crowded and hard to play. I liked that the tennis had a tournament option and a singles option. But the feel is different and the ball seems to log pretty high all the time, unlike Wii Sports where it feels like you have more control over the way you hit and it feels more realistic.
Summary: There are no questions about the lack of strong tennis games for the Nintendo Wii, and unfortunately, the only real strong one came from Wii Sports. Now, Ubisoft is at it again with Racquet Sports for the Nintendo Wii, by bringing in new twists on tennis all around. While I like the idea of diverse games that are not at all featured in video games like Badminton and Ping Pong. Yet, with all the gameplay, at times it can be quite tiresome after awhile.
Summary: If you never played Wii Tennis or Table Tennis (from Sports Resort) then this game would probably seem pretty fun. What I was hoping for was an improvement on either or both of those games. Specifically what I don't like is that even at the highest levels of Ping Pong, for instance, you win points by hitting them and then your opponent returns them out. You rarely ever hit a ball where the opponent can't reach it at all.
Summary: I got this game for my husband who enjoyed playing table tennis on Wii Resort. After playing it for two days, our opinions were that if you do not owned Wii Resort or any tennis games, then Racquet Sport would be good. However, the feel of Racquet Sport is not as good and feel rather stifled. One would tend to compare it with Wii Resort for table tennis and tennis from the Wii game that come with the purchase of the console.