Will the illustrious Top Spin find finally to talk to? After AO Tennis and Tennis World Tour 2, it was again on the side of Australia that you have to turn for a tennis game with photorealistic ambitions, as evidenced by Matching — Tennis Championships. A title planned for the spring 2022 on PC, Xbox Consoles, PlayStation Consoles and Same Switch.

If the publisher, Calypso, is German, the fate of this new child of the bullet (yellow) has been entrusted to torus games teams. And if the CV of the Studio mainly accounts for licensing games and mobile projects that are rarely chronically on Gamut, maybe Matching will find an echo in tennis play lovers.

On the tray side, the game will offer 16 players at its exit, with as headliner the world number 2 Daniel Mercedes. Also, present are Carbine Muguruza, Andrey Cubic, Casper Rued, Hubert Surface, Nick Lyrics, Heather Watson, Hugo Gaston, Madison Keys, Victoria Azania, Carlos Alcatraz, Pablo Current Bout, and our Benoit National Pair. They will also be accompanied by Taylor Fritz, Amanda Asimov and Key Nishikori, as can be seen in the videos that accompany the announcement of the game.

Logically, developers insist on the investment and positioning notions that will make all the difference — it’s a tennis game, in short — and on the presence of a career mode that will incorporate a personalized avatar until the Licensed fingers (UNIQLO, HEAD, etc.). As in other games, the use of a coach will make it possible to offset strengths and weaknesses by taking part in training workshops between two tournaments — the famous mini-games that are supposed to offer a better apprehension of the court. A function REPLAY will also save your moments of glory.

For the rest, it will usually wait for a first contact to see which Wood Matching — Tennis Championships heats. Hoping that it is more rejoice than the last titles of the genre.


Matching Tennis Championships — Official Trailer

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Matching Tennis Championships — To meet Taylor Fritz

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Matching Tennis Championships — To meet players and players