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Sega Sports Tennis (PS2) - Facts & Screens

by Rainier on July 29, 2002 @ 6:06 p.m. PDT

SEGA Sports' acclaimed arcade and Dreamcast tennis franchise makes its multi-platform debut this summer on the PS2. Choose from 16 internationally ranked men's and women's tennis players to compete in singles, doubles and even mixed doubles matches! The World Tour Mode lets you create and train your players, sign unique doubles partners and enter a host of prestigious tournaments.

Lob, slice and smash your way to victory with intuitive pick-up-and-play controls designed to cater to all levels of gamers. Just remember to keep your eye on the ball. "SEGA Sports Tennis'" intense four-player action might distract you from noticing the large variety of beautifully rendered stadiums along with the multiple playing surfaces. But who could ignore dynamic cross-court shots, diving saves and devastating drop shots! Get ready to break out your racket and keep the ball in the PS2 court for the most intense tennis action anywhere!

KEY FEATURES INCLUDE:

  • Choose from 16 internationally ranked men's and women's tennis players including: Venus Williams, Serena Williams, Lindsay Davenport, Magnus Norman, Patrick Rafter, Yevgeny Kafelnikov, Mary Pierce, Ai Sugiyama, Aranxta Sanchez-Vicario, Alexandra Stevenson, Carlos Moya, Tim Henman, Cedric Pioline, Tommy Haas, Thomas Enqvist and Monica Seles.
  • Compete in singles, doubles and mixed doubles matches with up to 4 players.
  • Multiple game modes - Tournament Mode, Exhibition Mode and World Tour Mode.
  • Create, train and enter your players in tournaments where you'll compete against top ranked opponents around the globe for the #1 world ranking.
  • Stunningly realistic camera angles and replays on lifelike courts featuring multiple playing surfaces.
  • PlayStation 2 debut of the worldwide arcade and Dreamcast hit, "Virtua Tennis."
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