AO Tennis – The Ultimate Tennis Experience AVAILABLE NOW


AO Tennis is the most advanced tennis game ever produced. It combines fully licensed, photo realistic players with a decade’s worth of historical shot data that enhances their AI so that they play just like their real-life counterparts, right down to shot selection at any given point of time in a match. Comprehensive career, tournament and online play modes make this the most in-depth tennis game ever created, and sets a new standard for what a tennis game can offer fans.

PLAY THE AUSTRALIAN OPEN – AO Tennis is the officially licensed game of the Australian Open. Take the title in Singles, Doubles or Mixed Doubles.

LICENSED PLAYERS and STADIA – Dozens of fully licensed male and female players, including Rafael Nadal and Angelique Kerber in licensed tennis stadia such as Rod Laver Arena.

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE – Based on ten years of ball tracking data taken from Australian Open championship matches, players behave as they would in real life.

MOTION CAPTURE – Professional players have been 3D scanned and motion captured in order to bring the most authentic tennis game to date.

HARD COURT, CLAY OR GRASS – Play on your surface of choice, each has a distinct play style and presents different challenges.

CAREER MODE – Start out as a star, or work your way from the bottom, climbing through the rankings, all the way to #1 in the world.

PLAY ONLINE – Challenge the world and become the world champion from the comfort of your living room.

PLAYER CREATOR – Comprehensive player creator allowing you to create yourself or anyone else – bring your game to the world’s best!

CUSTOMISATION – Comprehensive Clothing, Stadium and Logo creators. Bring any element you want from the real world into the game for maximum customisation and authenticity.

Buy the game from the following outlets:


EB Games:

Amazon Australia:

Big W:



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