Featured: Top 10 Tennis Games For Android

The weekend just gone saw the U.S. Open come to an end. As such, you might be finding yourself very much feeling like heading down to the courts yourself and brushing up on your skills. Well, if you don't have a court nearby or the weather is not ideal for tennis where you are, then it is worth remembering that there are plenty of tennis games available for your Android smartphone or tablet. While they wont make up for the real thing, they might at least help to fulfill some of those post U.S. Open cravings. Below are ten tennis games for Android worth checking out.

3D Tennis

Serving out the offerings today is 3D Tennis and this is a popular option among tennis game lovers as it make use of the real principles of Tennis. Users play by swiping the finger in the direction to hit the ball and the game uses elements of your swiping to offer a more authentic swing. Great option to kill some time with a more challenging tennis game.

Play Tennis

Play Tennis is another tennis game currently worth checking out and like the last one, Play Tennis offers some really good looking animated courts while also offering the option to play against opponents from 12 different countries and compete across 4 tournaments.

Virtua Tennis Challenge

To a lot of tennis games fans, Virtua Tennis Challenge will need no introduction. This is one of the most popular games and comes with some of the best graphics around. Not to mention, this one allows you to play with all of your favorite tennis stars. With that in mind, it is probably not surprising that this is a Sega game. Although this is one of the best tennis games you can get, this one will cost you $4.99.

Stick Tennis

When it comes to sports games, it seems like there is a Stick version of everything and tennis is no exception. Stick Tennis allows you to play as your favorite tennis stars (in stick form) and climb up the tennis ranks until you are crowned Champion in all tournaments.

Tennis Champion 3D

Like 3D Tennis, this similar named offering makes use of phycis to provide you with a more realistic tennis feel and experience. Not to mention, this one also places a big emphasis on multi-playing with the option to play online against others or to play in a split-screen mode against someone nearby.

Stickman Tennis 2015

We've already had Stick Tennis and now it is the time for Stickman Tennis. Aain, Stickman is a type of game which transcends sports games and if you like this style of play then you won't be disappointed with what Stickman Tennis 2015 has to offer.

Puppet Tennis-Forehand topspin

If you're looking for more of a fun tennis game than a realistic gameplay one, then you won't find much wilder than Puppet Tennis. This is a sort of bobble-head tennis game where you can play as your favorite tennis star and play in some frantic and fast tennis battles.

Flick Tennis

If you want the thrill of tennis playing but with something a little bit extra then Flick Tennis is an interesting game to check out. This one comes with your usual on court gameplay but it also comes with a slight story mode edge to it. Definitely one to check out if you want some story content thrown in for free.

Tennis 3D - World Championship

Up next is another 3D based tennis game and this means this one also places more emphasis on the physics of tennis than anything else. Face off against ten countries and play either in a more time-consuming tournament or just hit up a quick play mode to pass a few minutes.

Virtual Table Tennis 3D

Closing out today's list is a game for those who prefer the table version of tennis to the court-side version. If you are more into your table tennis, then this is great game to go for. This one offers 3D rendered animations and allows for playing across 30 different levels.

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