EA Sports Grand Slam Tennis puts the racket in the palm of your hand and offers the deepest tennis experience ever for the Wii.
As the home to all four Grand Slams, and exclusive to Wimbledon, you can take your customized created player on a quest to win the four slams in Grand Slam career mode. Giving gamers a chance to play at Wimbledon’s famed Centre Court adds a level of authenticity that isn’t available anywhere else.
Supporting Wii MotionPlus, EA Sports Grand Slam Tennis delivers an authentic tennis experience that makes you feel like you are playing with and against the sport’s greatest legends and today’s current stars.
Making his videogame debut in EA's new tennis franchise, tennis legend John McEnroe, an enigmatic personality both on and off the court, will headline a roster of some of the sport's all-time greats to be featured in EA Sports Grand Slam Tennis.
Tennis stars John McEnroe, Roger Federer and Serena Williams will be the North American cover athletes for its new tennis franchise, EA Sports Grand Slam Tennis. Eight different regional player partnerships will be announced soon. McEnroe, one of the sport’s most recognizable figures, was recently confirmed as exclusive to the game. Federer and Williams are among the biggest names in tennis and the most accomplished; having won 23 Grand Slam singles titles between them. Williams becomes the first woman to grace the cover of an EA Sports simulation product.
One of the greatest tennis players of all-time, McEnroe won seven Grand Slams, including three at Wimbledon, and amassed 77 singles titles. He stopped playing singles on the main ATP tour at the end of 1992 but has remained heavily involved in tennis, playing on seniors tours and providing television commentary for a number of networks at the Grand Slams. McEnroe was inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame in 1999. Off the court, he hosted his own talk show and written an autobiography, titled "You Cannot Be Serious", a phrase he made famous through his on-court outbursts during his career.
EA Sports Grand Slam Tennis will ship to retailers in North America on June 16, 2009 for of $49.95.
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