EA Sports: Grand Slam Tennis Screenshots and Images - Wii

Game Description:It's time to take tennis to a whole new level! Create a player from the ground up, choosing all the details of a full-fledged pro. Then take that player through the ranks in an attempt to win four different Grand Slam tournaments, including Wimbledon for the first time ever. The controls are built for everyone, from tennis masters all the way to people who've never stepped on a court. Simplify the controls to learn the system, or use advanced control options to set everything from strength to racket face angle. Play against real-life legends like Pete Sampras and Bjorn Borg in famous stadiums the world over. And of course, each court's surface type will make a difference in your game!
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