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Tennis Manager 2022 Review (PC)


Coach your way to the very top one shot at a time
The first two sets of the semifinal were balanced, with one lost on tie-break and another won by Roger with just one break. I tried to boost Stefanos’ performance by asking him to defend more and play closer to his tactical plan. In the end, Feberer’s experience proved too much and Tsitsibas and my academy exited the competition before the final. Let’s hope we deal with the injury quickly and get the playing time needed to perform well in the next Grand Slam, in Paris. Tennis Manager 2022 is developed and published by Rebound CG. I played the game on the PC via Steam. As the name implies, the title offers a virtual take on the real-world sport of tennis, with no direct control over players but plenty of ways to affect their performance. Gamers can choose to take over an already existing tennis academy or to build their own from scratch (pick the first option for an introductory campaign). They will then enter a world centered on amazing professional athletes, spectacular competitions, prestigious rankings, tough negotiations, careful planning, and incredible match results. There’s no developer-created story but the game does a good job of allowing fans of the sport to create their own.

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