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Tennis Manager 2022

Rebound Capital Games
May 17, 2022 - PC
Fair Man

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70

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7 / 10
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Critic Reviews for Tennis Manager 2022

Tennis Manager 2022 is a step forward, although it still has a lot of room for improvement and is far from other sports management simulators on the market. You will love it if you are passionate about real sport.

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Tennis Manager 2022 is a first step through the right direction, but it needs a lot of improvements to reach the status of a must have game.

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Tennis Manager 2022 is a solid entry into the sports management genre, but it needs to refine its mechanics to become a good fantasy fulfillment vehicle for tennis fans. The development team has put in the effort to gather and present information in useful ways, giving gamers plenty of ways to tweak tactics and motivate their players. Tournaments are well simulated, with stars reacting naturally when they hit a good or bad streak.

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The downside is that there's a sacrifice in the visuals, where the on-court back-and-forth lags behind other titles graphically, though this is to be anticipated in a way since the game almost expects you to fast-forward through portions of matches anyway to get through the grueling calendar of events more quickly. The ability to create your own player is marred considerably by the lack of a proper creation suite and has all of the players and managers you create looking way too similar to each other. The cycle of training and entering tournaments alongside toggling between the array of menu screens will likely become tedious and redundant more quickly to those who only casually enjoy tennis.

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