Having trouble serving a perfect volley? Not returning the ball too well? Everybody's Tennis developer Clap Hanz has some top tennis tips for you.
Choose a character that matches your play style
There are plenty of characters to choose from, so when you pick one, take into account the way that they play. Remember that net players move forwards and backwards quickly and have a quick recovery time, whereas baseline players move left to right quickly. An all-round player will possess a mixture of these abilities.
If you feel uncomfortable with the character you are playing with, try another one with a different playing style to see if it suits you better. Experiment with all the players and see how their style differs to find the one which suits you best.
Dish up the perfect serve
If you want to serve well, keep an eye on the height of the ball and try to hit it when it flashes red. This is the optimum time to strike and will give you a decent amount of accuracy, speed and power.
To add spin to your shot, aim carefully and hit it as low as possible. Adding spin to a shot means that the ball won't travel as fast, but it can often catch your opponent off guard and prove difficult to return.
If you just want a lot of speed and power behind your serve, hit the ball at the highest point possible.
Smashes and volleys
To hit a good volley you should be as close to the net as possible so that you can generate a lot of power. If you try to hit a volley from far away, it is likely that it will hit the net and you could lose points.
Smashes should also be played close to the net and are a great way to win points as they are fast, powerful and hard for your opponent to return.
Accuracy and power
For perfect accuracy, try to stand still when you are hitting a shot so that you can aim it properly. Moving forward while hitting the ball will make for a more powerful, but less accurate shot.
Remember that it is very difficult to hit a powerful shot while you are moving backwards. With this in mind, try to surprise your opponent and play the ball to them while they are moving backwards.
Everybody's Tennis is available on Universal Media Disc or to download from PlayStation Store, so you can start serving up some superstar tennis!