The game allows you to participate in just about any form of tennis you might desire. You can compete one-on-one against a human opponent or the computer or play doubles with a friend against two computer opponents. You can play on grass, clay, hard or indoor courts, serve, volley, smash, lob or even practice against a ball-serving machine.
The control, while tricky to master at first, becomes second nature, and as soon as you have got the hang of it, hours of enjoyment will ensue, especially in two-player mode.
One of the game's greatest features, is its ability to allow you to enter the world's leading tournaments. Effectively, the computer simulates a normal tennis year, with you competing in all the major events that make up the calendar. Of course, as you progress through the year, your character's abilities improve.
Gameplay is surely good, as long as you master your strokes and serves.
As with the Amiga and ST versions, the PC (MS-DOS) here offers fine graphics, and up to 16 colors. A higher number of colors (around 200) is only shown at the introductory screen. Sprites are nicely drawn and animated, whilst each court has enough detail to it. The PC version supports only Ad-Lib sound hardware and offers a variety of SFX during gameplay but not sampled (found only in the Amiga version), including sounds of the grunts of the athletes as you swing, the bouncing of the ball bouncing off the ground, etc. The sampled speech of the announcer calling out the scores is not supported here too. But the introductory tune and the main-menu music are pretty good.