A Nintendo Entertainment System game developed and published by Nintendo as part of their series of sports games. It can be played in singles or doubles.
Hot Shots Tennis: Get a Grip
Hot Shots Tennis arrives on the PSP by applying the "Hot Shots" formula to tennis with unique characters and 4 player ad-hoc multiplayer.
Smash Court Tennis: Pro Tournament 2
The Playstation 2 sequel to Smash Court Tennis offers player a deeper tennis simulation experience, expanding on existing features, aswell as adding new modes.
Top Rank Tennis
Top Rank Tennis, aka Top Ranking Tennis in Europe, is a tennis game for the original Gameboy.
Charlie Brown is through playing baseball! He takes to the courts with his familiar cohorts for a family friendly, portable game of tennis.
Winner of the Pong 40th anniversary contest to have a new interpretation of Pong published as an official game by Atari.
Originally a game in the "Simple" line of games in Japan, it was released late in the PS1's life in both NTSC and PAL regions as the budget title it was.
Tennis for Two
Tennis for Two is one of the first video games ever made, designed in 1958. It was created by William Higinbotham and used an oscilloscope for a display.
David Crane's Amazing Tennis
One of the first tennis simulations using foreground and background to simulate the z-axis.
Smash Court 3
The third entry in Namco's Smash Court series of tennis games for the PS1. Released in 2000 for Japan only.
3-D Vector Pong
A 3-D adaption of Pong for the iPhone/iPod Touch. The game features tilt control and wifi multiplayer.
Simple 2000 Series Ultimate Vol. 26: Love ★ Smash! 5.1: Tennis Robo no Hanran
HuneX and D3 Publisher bring back more eccentric female tennis action in Love ★ Smash! 5.1
Tennis no Ouji-Sama 2005 Crystal Drive
An action-packed tennis game based on the Prince of Tennis series filled with crazy moves and super powers.
Next Generation Tennis
Next Generation Tennis is a tennis sports game that featured the licenses of the Roland Garros and The US Open tournaments.
Ace o Nerae!
A tennis game for the Super Famicom based on the 1970s manga and anime of the same name.
Davis Cup Tennis
A tennis game from French developers Loriciel, named for the annual international team event. The game originated on the TurboGrafx-16 before moving to the Genesis.
A Tennis game for the Sega Master System, developed by Sega themselves. Part of the "Great" series of sport simulations created around the system's launch.
Andre Agassi Tennis
This is the first tennis game to use Andre Agassi's likeness. It came out for many Sega and Nintendo platforms.
Date Kimiko no Virtual Tennis
A tennis game released in 1994 for the Super Famicom featuring female Japanese tennis star Kimiko Date.