Smashpoint Tennis Tracker 4+

Tennis Score Keeper & Stats

Fuzzies LLC

Designed for iPad

    • 4.5 • 322 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases


Selected as #1 tennis tracker by AppPicker and is used by ATP, WTA, and ITF coaches around the world. Best in class tennis app to track a match live or enter complete results.

Live Scoring: Track your tennis scores, shots, and stats like a pro
Simple, yet extremely powerful tennis score tracker for your iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch. With just one tap you can track players or your own score during a match. For experts Smashpoint offers detailed shot tracking and statistics for every match as seen on the pro tennis tour.
• Match and practice entry
• Live match scoring (3 modes)
• Match + shot statistics
• Point by point history
• H2H + Player stats

Apple Watch Tracker: Your Private Tennis Brain
Keep track of your own scores during match play with one simple tap. Smashpoint will calculate rich stats after every match so you can gain insights about your strength and weaknesses and get ready for the next battle. Need more stats and match insights? Simply select the advanced or expert mode to dig deeper into your tennis match performance.

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What’s New

Version 2.5.5

Update for iOS 15 and general improvements

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
322 Ratings

322 Ratings

PhillyB ATL ,

Really Good!

I really like this. It helps me break things down for my daughter. I can make the match simple. I’d like to see what stroke made the error and what actually happened. Was it a forehand or backhand error? Did it go long or into the net? This would take the analysis to another level. We used to do this by hand and it was nice to see. Also, can you put in a place to record the number of balls hit in the rally? It would be beneficial, specially for younger kids. It’s great to see serve percentage. This had helped so much. Thanks and if you’re looking for an app, this is the one to explore.

Developer Response ,

Many thanks for your feedback! Please feel free to get in touch any time with questions or feedback. We love to hear from our users. Email

tburns34 ,

Please add category for opponent’s errors forced

This is a great app, but it would be nice if it added a category for opponent’s errors forced. Right now, it records the shot that actually was an opponent’s forced error, but it doesn’t record the shot that caused the opponent’s forced error. For example, if I hit a forehand groundstroke that caused my opponent to make a forced error on his backhand groundstroke, it would be nice to record that. Thus, instead of recording three categories for each stroke for analysis at the end of the match (winners, forced errors, and unforced errors), it could record four categories for each stroke (winners, opponent’s errors forced, forced errors, and unforced errors).

Developer Response ,

Many thanks for your review and feedback. Very helpful! Please feel free to get in touch any time by emailing us at

Pierre Sardain ,

Very simple yet very useful app

I have been looking for an app like this for a long time and this is almost it! My sons play USTA tournaments to better know what the players need to improve on. I only gave it 4 stars because it doesn’t allow to break down winners and errors by category. For instance, after hitting the “winner” button the app could prompt “baseline or net” and then “forehand or backhand” (maybe adding “overhead” for a net point). For these added features/insights and unlimited access I would be willing to pay serious $$!
Thanks for considering ma request and feel free to contact me back.

Developer Response ,

Thank you so much for your feedback! Your input is very helpful. We have good news, we are going to expand and improve our live tracker in the upcoming version 2.0 and 2.1. Stay tuned...

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