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    Super Tennis

    Game » consists of 3 releases. Released Aug 30, 1991

    Super Tennis, a 1991 tennis game for the SNES, features a Circuit mode that lets players compete to end the year at number one by accumulating ranking points on eight different tournaments.

    Short summary describing this game.

    Super Tennis last edited by marino on 09/04/19 04:15PM View full history


    Super Tennis, released in 1991 in Japan and North America and on June 1992 in Europe, is a tennis game exclusive to the SNES (games of the same name exist on the MSX and Sega Master System, but are only similar in name and are otherwise completely different). The biggest feature is its Circuit mode, in which players partake in a tennis season with the objective of finishing with the most ranking points and thus as number one in the world. The year consists of four grand slams and four smaller tournaments, and each takes place on one of the three typical surfaces: hard, grass, and clay. The surfaces, like in real life, vary in bounce and speed. The game also includes the option to play exhibition matches, either singles or doubles, as well as twenty different characters of varying stats and strengths. For example, Phil is a strong serve-and-volleyer, but struggles during baseline rallies, while John's speed and consistent groundstrokes make him a fine baseline player.


    The following players appear and are selectable in the game:


    The character select screen.
    The character select screen.

    Matt -- powerful strokes; consistent server

    Brian -- strong serve-and-volleyer

    Phil -- strong server

    John -- powerful strokes; offensive baseliner

    Meyer -- defensive baseliner

    Rich -- strong volleyer

    Hiro -- accurate strokes; strong returner

    Steve -- all-rounder

    Rob -- strong server

    Mark -- "bullet" serves


    Amy -- all-rounder

    Kim -- strong serve-and-volleyer

    Lisa -- powerful strokes; offensive baseliner

    Erin -- strong returner

    Donna -- strong all-round player, but with weak serves

    Debbie -- accurate strokes

    Colett -- defensive baseliner

    Nancy -- strong server; baseliner

    Yuki -- consistent player

    Barb -- powerful strokes; offensive baseliner


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