Tennis 3D

Tennis 3D

Tennis is one of the most popular and beautiful sports out there but it is not for everyone. You have to be lightweight, fast, strong and young, have talent and more. Do we need to say that not that many people fit this description?

Don’t despair! Now you can enjoy tennis to the fullest by playing a nice, free game called Tennis 3D. You can easily find it on Google Play and as expected it runs under Android. It does not require that much hardware power but even then it offers nice colors and 3D graphics, cool sound and easy gameplay. You will have the opportunity to choose whether to play female or male tennis players but do not expect to see any of the current famous players. Instead you will see familiar faces (for the most part) with somewhat changed names that resemble real human players. Choose one and then you can enter a tournament or enjoy quick play. We suggest that you choose the former because the quick game mode is just one game. Still it will give you an idea how to play the game – it is not hard as all you need to do is tap the screen and then give the ball a direction.

Tennis 3D is a nice surprise that you will enjoy for sure so go ahead and take a look at the game now. You can see it right here.

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