Tennis Elbow 2006
Tennis Elbow 2006 allows players to compete in a World Tour of 125 events
against 300 players. Both the entry and Champions’ Race ranking systems are
incorporated – the former covering the last 52 weeks and the latter being
fixed over a single calendar year.
Single matches can be two against one, as well as the more conventional
singles and doubles. Network and internet play is offered. There are seven
distinct court types – clay, grass, hard, blue-green hard, synthetic, indoor
hard and indoor synthetic. Action replays can be viewed in slow motion, fast
speed, and rewound.
Players can be defined as volleyers, defenders, punchers or varied, with
definable kit colours and playing abilities. As you play the game, your
player’s ability improves – by more if your lose. Assign these points for
faster and more accurate serves as well as faster running and bigger jumps.
The action is viewed from a 3rd-person angle, and side changes are optional.
Two buttons are used in combination with directional presses to make slices, 3
different types of lob, and subtle drop shots.