Tennis Cup is an old computer video game. It supports multiple players to play in every type of match. The game provides four types of playing surfaces and playing modes just like the real game of tennis. It provides you four types of surfaces which are Singles, Pairs, Championship and Davis Cups. It also renders training modes of play.
In the game, you can choose the specs of your players. For example, serves, backhands, foreheads, volleys, etc. With the course of time, you get enough training and points to improve your overall statistics.
The only problem with the game, The Tennis Cup is that it sometimes becomes uncertain to judge the ball therefore making it difficult to earn scores. Also, the playing engine is somewhat unstable. The ball generally bounces in a random manner which leaves you in a state of uncertainty. Also, there is a finite set of chances in which the ball can be hit which means that you will have a hard time hitting the ball so that it falls where you supposed it to fall. But, with continuous playing and interest, you may develop a habit of it and then you will be able to achieve a good score.
Summing up the game, it is a quite handy game which provides you the privilege of playing with many friends.
Loriciel was a French video game company, founded in 1983 by Marc Bayle and Laurent Weill.
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