Tennis World Tour 2 Ace Edition
The ACE EDITION includes the full TENNIS WORLD TOUR 2 game and the ANNUAL PASS, which provides access to the OFFICIAL TOURNAMENTS & STADIA, including:- The Roland-Garros tournament with the Philippe-Chatrier, Suzanne-Lenglen and Simonne-Mathieu stadiums- The main court of the Madrid Open, the Estadio Manolo Santana- The main court of the Halle Open, the OWL ARENA- The Tie Break Tens tournamentMore content will be directly accessible at their release thanks to the ANNUAL PASS, including new official players.Play as the world's top players or create your own player to try and dominate the world rankings. Faster paced, with more animations and deeper realism: experience the true sensations of tennis, in singles or doubles games, and challenge your friends locally or online.
Tennis World Tour 2 Ace Edition
Play as the world's top players or create your own player to try and dominate the world rankings. Faster paced, with more animations and more realism: experience the true sensations of tennis, in singles or doubles games, and challenge your friends locally or online.
THE REAL LIFE OF A TENNIS PROYour player, your decisions. In Career mode, you manage your season, your staff, your equipment and your sponsors. And if you are up to the challenge, you can become the new star of world tennis.
Among the many new features, there is one in particular that players have been eagerly awaiting: Signature Moves. As every tennis fan knows, each player has his or her own unique style and trademark moves. The game now includes these unique characteristics. Career mode is being expanded further with the inclusion of official tournaments and doubles tournaments in the season calendar.
So let's rewind on a season where the game's biggest stars came through on both tours, where Tiger Woods once again assumed the mantle as the game's world No. 1 and Inbee Park held off two stubborn talents to end the year as No. 1.
0, Part II Tournaments won by Rory McIlroy, who began the season as the world's No. 1 player and struggled with intense scrutiny concerning his equipment change, management change and every change tabloids and bloggers said was happening in his relationship with tennis star Caroline Wozniacki.
3 Majors (consecutively, no less) won by world No. 1 Inbee Park as she dominated the first half of the LPGA tour's season, waltzing to victory in the Kraft Nabisco Championship, staving off Catriona Matthew in a playoff to win the Wegmans LPGA Championship, and then holding off I.K. Kim in the U.S. Women's Open. Only Babe Zaharias, who won all three majors in 1950, had won three consecutive majors in a season on the LPGA tour.
32 Official events to be held by the LPGA tour in 2014. In a remarkable comeback against a backdrop of financial instability the world over, the LPGA tour continues its steady ascension out of the abyss of 2011 when it held just 23 events.
Every so often an exceptionally capable woman has to prove her worth by competing against a clown. That's one of the durable truisms of ''Battle of the Sexes,'' a glib, enjoyable fictionalization of the 1973 exhibition tennis match between Billie Jean King and Bobby Riggs. She was 29 and one of the top female tennis players in the world. He was 55 and had been a world champion before she was born. She was a feminist symbol and the first female athlete to win more than $100,000 in a single year; he was a self-avowed male chauvinist pig who liked to gamble big. It was a man vs. woman match made for maximum public-relations gimmickry but also a deadly serious referendum on equality on and off the court. 041b061a72