EA Sports Grand Slam Tennis never quite made it to high definition. Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 versions were planned for a 2009 release, but in the end the game only came to Wii. That won't be the case with Grand Slam Tennis 2, however.
Electronic Arts confirmed today in a press release that Grand Slam Tennis 2 will be coming to the two HD gaming consoles sometime in 2012. There's no mention of a Wii release, though you can probably expect one for that console as well.
The game will feature continue the EA Sports legacy of turning the right analog stick on modern day gamepads into an approximation of the real world tool you're using, in this case a tennis racket. The game will also support PlayStation Move controls, though there's no mention of similar features for Kinect.
Beyond that, it looks like a deep tennis simulation is planned, with all four of pro tennis' Grand Slam tournaments -- "Only next generation tennis video game franchise to feature famed Wimbledon Courts!" -- and "more than 20" pros to play with. There's also the expected career mode and a "Tournament Classics" mode that lets you explore noted matches from the past.
You can get more info on the game's newly launched website.