Venue Country Ground Altitude Honolulu Arena: USA: Hard: Low Downtown Tennis Complex: Canada: ...
This is a first impression of the new Tennis World Tour 2 Complete Edition incl. all players, stadiums, and a quick match.If you are interested in my other T...
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Dragons Stadium - Shanghai (Blue Clay) Nacional Arena - Quito (Clay) Atlas Stadium - Marrakesh (Clay) Imperial Arena - Tokyo (Indoor flooring) Supreme Stadium - London (Grass) Dubai Oasis Stadium - Dubai (Grass) Big Five Stadium - Durban (Grass) Major Stadium - Paris (Indoor Hard) Rome Colosseum - Rome (Indoor Hard)
Tennis World Tour 2 lets you select different venues, court surfaces and weather conditions. As in real life, the court surface and the temperature/humidity play a part in how the game plays; ball speed and bounce, player fatigue, etc., are all affected by these settings. You can also set how easy the game is to play.
Conclusion. Tennis World Tour 2 captures the flow of real-world tennis well, but that comes with a steep timing-based learning curve. Overcome it, and you’ll be rewarded with a deep skill-based ...
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AO Tennis 2 had Melbourne Park, home of the Australian Open - including the Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne Arena, Margaret Court Arena, Show Courts 2 & 3, as well as Court 8.
What Tennis World Tour 2 lacks in engaging gameplay, it makes up for in the overall presentation of the game. The game looks excellent and runs at a consistent framerate. While the crowd looks like the styrofoam mannequins you might see at a sporting event during a pandemic, the athletes themselves are rendered really well.
eSports. The French Tennis Federation hosted a Tennis World Tour eSports tournament in 2018 and 2019, with the final staged at the Stade Roland-Garros during the French Open. Organisers of the Madrid Open hosted a virtual tournament using the game during the COVID-19 pandemic.