Pixel Pro Tennis 4+

Addictive arcade tennis


    • 4.0 • 168 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Master the wonderfully realistic controls and tactical match play of Pixel Pro Tennis, competing in beautiful pixel arenas until you become world number one.

Pixel Pro Tennis is a unique and addicting arcade tennis game, that combines realistic gesture controls with authentic physics and beautiful pixel-art.

Use the unique and simple touch controls to hit everything from a lob, to a slice, to a gloriously satisfying top-spin winner.

Complete a quick match on grass, clay or hard court in just with a few minutes.

Or start a Career, and take your player around the world and into the Grand Slams. Choose your tournaments, upgrade your skills and tweak your tactics for your next opponent. Play through over 40 gorgeously pixelated arenas, each carefully crafted with unique playing conditions and payoffs. Watch the tour news as you try to achieve your career dreams. Earn ranking points and rise up the world rankings, unlocking different tours until you reach the Grand Slams and hit the top spot.  Finish a tournament high enough to earn winnings and skill points, that you can use to upgrade everything from your serve power to court speed. Alternatively, use your skill points to play more tournaments each season.

Challenge friends over Game Center, with achievements and leaderboards for all the courses.

Realistic gesture based controls
Over 40 unique tournaments
Over 250 unique opponents
Addictive, fun gameplay
Beautiful pixel-art
Skill upgrades
Quick play
Career mode
Tour news feed
Career dream achievements
Game Centre leaderboards, achievements and challenges
Custom number of sets per match
Multiple difficulty settings

What’s New

Version 1.0.5

Minor bug fixes.

Ratings and Reviews

4.0 out of 5
168 Ratings

168 Ratings


Good Game

It really is a good tennis game, but there are some frustrating things. Twice a match my serves get hit to where I cannot reach them. When you are trying to win only one game through service it becomes very difficult to overcome. Second point of contention is in tournaments when you are ranked #1 overall and you have to play #2 overall in the very first round of a grand slam. In real life they would set up the bracket so they wouldn’t meet until the final. Seems a simple coding fix for the developers

supareay ,

Almost good

I only say almost good because of little gripes I have about the game that make it more frustrating than fun. Number 1, the controls are terrible because if you want to hit the ball harder you have to swipe and if my hands are sweaty than it won’t work half of the time. The reason that’s a problem is it’s supposed to be a MOBILE game but I have to have the correct temperature in a place to play it well. Number 2, the ball tracking is also terrible. For example, my character will have to run all the way across the court to get the ball and then they just randomly stop half way through for a quick second than keep running. Sometimes this isn’t a problem but other times it can cause you to get scored on. Also, when the ball is hit short, instead of going diagonally to get the ball, the character decides to go across and then up to get it, but by then it’s too late. My last gripe about the game is that, when I got to higher tournaments, for some reason the 151 rated player which I would destroy in lower tournaments, for some reason aces me 3 times and puts up a great fight. Although I have gripes about the game, there is also things I like being the news section, rivals, seeing your character level up and playing with the big boys, and the amount of detail but other than that, this game frustrated me more then having fun.

iBitly ,

Bad Interface But Could Be So Good

So many problems with the “touch” controls. If I’m too early my guy will turn and run away from the ball not hit it. Charge shot being a flick and normal return being tap makes it so that if you barely move your finger after tapping you return it without adding power and your guy hits it like 2 feet. I’d love a “stick and button” control option. I’d easily raise the ratings. Also, I’m not trying to sound condescending but, there’s a huge difference between a good challenge and artificially increasing the difficulty by giving the opponent unfair advantages such as making the opponent serves impossible to get to, I’ve had opponents ace me 4x in a row because my almost maxed out speed character couldn’t get to the ball. The game IS enjoyable, but then come along the frustrating parts which makes me want to put it down.

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