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Evert & Lendl Top Player's Tennis

Evert & Lendl Top Player's Tennis (XSX) game cover art
Platform: NES
Tags: Sports, Tennis
Developer: Asmik Ace Entertainment
AKA: Four Players' Tennis (EU), World Super Tennis (JP)

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Evert & Lendl Top Player's Tennis review

Reviewed January 26, 2003

alecto says: "The idea behind Top Player Tennis was that it featured the top male and female tennis pros of the time, Chris Everet and Ivan Lendl (shows how old the game is), who would give you tips and lessons on how to play the game of tennis as you progressed through various tournaments. However due to poor gameplay, mediocre graphics and the lack of a high fun factor, Top Player Tennis turned out to be one huge lesson in frustration. Oh, and they pronounce Ivan Lendlís name wrong. "
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