Featured: Top 10 Tennis Apps For Android

2016 is now officially in full swing and if you are a Tennis fan, then all of the delights and upsets of the ATP are on their way around again. With the Australian open coming through in a couple of weeks, Wimbledon in the middle of the year and the U.S. open later in 2016, now is the time to get your news and tennis-released feeds ready to go. On that note, there are a number of Android apps which are designed to ensure you never miss a beat or stroke of the action and here are ten of those apps to get you started.


Starting today's list is ATP/WTA Live and this is essentially a tennis ATP World Tour live scores feed app. As such, if you are looking for an app which can keep you up to date with every score of every match during the year's tour, then this is an app worth checking out.

Tennis Temple

Tennis Temple is not too far removed from the last app and again, is an app which looks to ensure that you are kept up to speed with all the latest in-game scores that are available. As well as the live scores, you can check out the schedule ahead, general tennis news and even find a tennis coach local to where you are.

Tennis Score Keeper

While the last two apps are designed to keep you in the loop with the professional circuit scores, Tennis Score Keeper is an app which will help you keep track of your own tennis scores. If you are someone who likes to get in on the action, then this app will help you monitor your own game scores and hopefully provide some insight into where you could improve.

Tennis News - Sportfusion

Tennis News - Sportfusion is another news app for Android, although this is one which looks to pull information from other sites and bring them together for ease of finding. So if you want to keep up to date with coverage from all the sites, as well as all the latest action, then this might be worth a try.

Tennis Wallpapers

Where would an app list be without a wallpaper app? Well, if you are more tennis oriented, then this is the app for this list. Full of lots of glossy tennis-related images, Those looking to more tennis-theme their mobile device, should find plenty on offer with this app.

Tennis - Tracker

Tennis Tracker is another app which is designed for those who actively play Tennis and like Tennis Score Keeper, this one will look to keep all your scores over time and provide a more overall picture of your tennis skills, current level, where improvements could be made and where you are doing well. That said, this one is a little more in-depth in the aspects that it monitors so if you want a more detailed analysis, then this is the one to go for.

Live Tennis

Live Tennis is another option for those looking to keep informed on all the goings-on in the professional tennis circuit. This app covers all the big games and tournaments and will also let you filter needs based on individual players. So if you only want Novak related news, this one will provide it.

Tennis Training

For those looking to improve their tennis skills, then Tennis Training is designed to do just that. This is an app which provided insight and training to keep improving specific aspects of your game. As well as detailed workouts, this one includes short training videos which will prove invaluable to further understanding how to improve certain techniques.

MyATP - ATP World Tour

MyATP is another news-based tennis app and once again, will keep you up to date on everything that is going on court-side. However, this one does place a bit more of an emphasis on being social and as such contains a few additional social-related aspects, as well as the ability to personally our own profile and engage with like-minded tennis advocates.

US Open Tennis Championships

It may be a little early to download this app, as the ATP won't reach the U.S. shores for a few months. That said, if you are U.S. based and the U.S. Open is your tennis competition of choice, then you will want to have the official U.S. Open app downloaded and installed for when the 2016 update lands.

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