Summary: This is a good game if you like playing with the remote only. I was hoping for another game of tennis like Wii sports but this was fare from that. I would not recommend this game if you like playing a game using your whole body.
Summary: This game is pretty bad - poor graphics, awful music, lame special powers, simple game play, and more (or less!). The fact that it can be played with the controller sideways shows you how simple it is. There is no finesse or skill needed in swinging the wii-mote.
Not a good Wii remote oriented game; does not simulate tennis swing.
Average Guy "Average Guy", Amazon
23 March 2008
Summary: I've confirmed that the mini-games do not use the Wii-Remote (except as a button ONLY controller). I'd give this minus 12 stars if I could because it is a misleading rip-off. The review won't let me adjust the two stars I gave it earlier.
Summary: I found this game really one dimensional. The game play is appalling - you can't do much with the ball, with the range of drop shot and lob offering very little in the way of mixing things up.
Summary: found you had to swing the controller well before the ball reached you. when some of the players do a power shot it is impossible to return. all said can be fun for a while when you get the knack of the game
Summary: ok, so this is like a mission game, and the only part of it which is actually any good is the missions - the actual game play of tennis itself is really bad, and the most boring bit - i have been on the missions a lot though, and they r lots of fun1!
Summary: I bought this in line with the Official Nintendo Magazine review, expecting great things. I was sorely dissapointed. The control mechanism for the game is shocking. I have tried all methods, hoping one would suit better. They are all as bad as one another.