Your screen is to small to play this tennis flash game.
This is one of the most fun and enjoying tennis flash game with ultra cool graphics to keep you playing for several hours. You can play it for free right here on our website. Have Fun!
Do you think sports are cool, and do you also enjoy to play a free sport flash game online? If you are in the same mood as us today, then you probably would have a lot of fun if you play our free Tennis Game flash game online.
Use your arrow keys to move, and spacebar to shoot in this free online game.
Tennis Game is all about tennis, as the name of this free flash game suggests. This is a cool online game that will cause a lot of fun for kids. When you get to the main page, you see Exhibition, Tournament and then the Top Page. If you click on the first point straight away, you get to a page where individual items can be changed. Whether it be your own player or a playing partner. If you then click on Tournament, you can adjust everything yourself when it comes to the strike capability, or how fast the player should be moving. It is also possible to give the player a name, because they are also in the division. Then you need only to click on a name and will be redirected to a page where you will see the name of your opponent. Then you have to click on the button below and you will end up at the playing field. You move your player with the mouse or with the arrow keys. To serve the ball you just need the space bar and your player can run back and forth very easily in Tennis Game with the arrow keys. How you are playing, you will see in your settings, because if the player is too slow, then you have too little chance of success. Hitting the ball is not particularly easy. When a player has lost, you see a small black box with the points afterwards and shortly thereafter a new game begins in Tennis Game.
The German beauty, Steffi Graf, is one of the most successful players in tennis. Already at the age of thirteen did she first take part in the French Open of 1983. From then on, it went uphill fast and in 1987, she was the world's number one after she was able to win the French Open, and therefore a Grand Slam tournament. In 1988, the German was able to win the Golden Slam. This includes the win of all the Grand Slam tournaments as well as the Olympic Games in just one year. In her career, she won 22 Grand Slam tournaments, and was at number one in the tennis world rankings for a whole 377 weeks – that is more than seven years in total!