Tennis World Tour Game

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If you like playing computer games and love tennis then enter this competition now

The recently launched Tennis World Tour Game allows you to take to court as one of 31 players, including Roger Federer and Angelique Kerber. If playing as a past champion like Andre Agassi floats your boat, buy the Legends edition.

With the use of motion-capture technology, all tennis movements are represented on all types of courts. Users can even choose a surface. In “career mode”, users can create a character and establish themselves among the best.

There are different ways to move to the top of the rankings: recruit staff, train, choose which tournaments to play in, win them and go up to the top 100. For the first time in a tennis game, tactical and mental aspects are reproduced in the match, using a system o­ skill cards. Linked to a user’s playing style, users can unlock these cards from a range of more than 80 possibilities to develop a strategy and get the better of an opponent.

With a choice of games - quick matches, ranked matches or weekly challenges - there’s an opportunity to rise through the permanent online rankings. If you prefer friendlier competition two can play on the same console. Soon four players will be able to play doubles.

Available in the UK on Playstation ™ 4 and Xbox One from June 1 and Nintendo Switch™ and PC from June 12, the game costs £49.99 for all versions except PC, which costs £39.99

We have two copies of the Tennis World Tour Game to give away, on a format of your choice.

To be in with a chance of winning, answer the question below using the form on the right had side of this page

 

Q. How many current Tour players can you choose from on the Tennis World Tour game?

A. 100

B. 13

C. 31

 

The winner will be the first answer drawn from all the correct answers received by midnight  (BST) 19 July 2018. No correspondence will be entered into. No cash alternative.

 

This competition is now closed. The winner has been selected from all the correct answers received by the closing date.

Posted by: tennishead magazine

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