Tennis is one of the most popular sports on the planet, and there are a ton of apps and games available in the Google Play Store at the moment. Over the years, we’ve been seeing a ton of various tennis games hit the Play Store, and we’re here to take a look at some of those games, our top 10 picks, that is. Do keep in mind that a list down below is not compiled in any particular order, and if you’re looking for a new tennis game to play, well, read on, chances are you’ll find something interesting.
Stickman Tennis is not exactly the most realistic tennis game on this list, it’s more focused on pure fun than realism, and that’s not a bad thing. There are a couple of modes you can choose from in this game, and a complete tour season is also available. There are three difficulty levels for you to choose from, and this game does contain ads, while in-app purchases are also available, but the game is free to download and play.
Timber Tennis is a fun arcade game which comes with really old graphics, but that’s part of the game’s charm. You can upgrade your skills in this game, and there are over 10 courts you can choose to play on. You’ll gain access to over 20 characters in this game, as you progress, and there are also over 30 tennis balls you can unlock. Local multiplayer is also supported here, and the game is free to play, though it contains both ads and in-app purchases.
Ace of Tennis
Ace of Tennis is yet another really fun tennis game, and it offers rather unique graphics. Real time multiplayer is included here, and so is the ranking system. Both singles and doubles match types are included here as well, and you can get rewards for playing daily missions. This game has plenty of content for you to enjoy, and it’s free to play, though it includes both ads and in-app purchases, which is something worth noting.
Tennis Champs Returns
Tennis Champs Returns is actually a game that was available for the Amiga gaming console back in the day, and was actually quite popular. Well, it’s available on Android as well, and it actually managed to get really great reviews in the Play Store. This is not the same game some of you played on Amiga, though, it features new physics, AI, new controls, daily challenges, and so on. This game is free to download and play.
Ultimate Tennis is a game published by 9M Interactive, and is actually one of the most realistic tennis games on this list, considering both its gameplay and graphics. This game brings various gaming modes your way, such as World Tour, League and Online. You can play this game against your friends, challenge a random opponent or play against AI. You will find ads and in-app purchases here, but the game is free to play.
3D Tennis is yet another compelling tennis game, and it also belongs amongst the most realistic tennis games out there. Mouse Games included the so-called ‘fluid control mode’ in this game, which makes actual gameplay really interesting. You have access to Quick Play and World Tour modes in this game, and this game is trying to simulate real tennis matches. The game is free to play, but it contains ads and in-app purchases.
Stick Tennis is one of the most popular tennis games out there. This game includes a ton of modes for you to choose from, and you can unlock 70 players here, and also 10 realistic court surfaces. The ‘Friends Challenge’ mode lets you play against your friends, and there is also an exhibition mode called ‘Casual Sets Tennis Club’. This game is also free to play, but it comes with both ads and in-app purchases.
Tennis Champion 3D
Tennis Champion 3D is a really nice looking tennis game, which comes with an online multiplayer mode, so that you can test your skills against other players out there. The career mode is also included in this game, and so is the split screen mode, just in case online gameplay is not your thing. This game comes with realistic tennis physics, or at least that’s what the company says. Much like other games on this list, Tennis Champion 3D is free to play.
Play Tennis is somewhat different than other offerings on the list, as you don’t exactly see players here, only rackets. You will use the phone’s touchscreen (via swipes and what not) to perform various shots in the game, and there are four tournaments included here, in which you can compete in. You can play this game offline, and there are a number of achievements offered for you to aim for.
Virtua Tennis Challenge
Virtua Tennis Challenge is SEGA’s game, and it’s amongst the best, and most realistic tennis games out there, but it’s not free. In order to play this game, you will have part with $5, though you are getting plenty of content in return. This game comes with really nice graphics, while it offers plenty of modes for you to choose from, ranging from training and exhibition matches, to the world tour and multiplayer modes.