How to Play Wii Grand Slam Tennis?

Get tips on how to play Wii Grand Slam Tennis from the experts. Find out what the must have accessories are and how to use them.


Before playing Wii Grand Slam Tennis, it is important to become familiar with the Wii Remote and Nunchuk controllers. The Wii Remote is held like a racket and is used to hit the ball. The Nunchuk is held in the left hand and is used to control movement around the court.

To start a game, select Vs. from the main menu. Then, choose your players and court surface. You can play against another human player or against a computer-controlled player. If you are playing against another human player, each of you will need a Wii Remote and Nunchuk controller.

Once the game has started, you will see your player on the left side of the screen and your opponent on the right side of the screen. The aim of the game is to hit the ball over the net and into your opponent’s half of the court. Your opponent will then need to hit the ball back over the net into your half of the court. This continues until one player makes a mistake and fails to return the ball, or hits it out of bounds.

Players can also earn points by forcing their opponents to miss shots, or by hitting winners (shots that cannot be returned by the opponent).The first player to reach four points wins a game. A match is usually best out of three games, but this can be changed in the settings menu before starting a match.

Winning a tennis match in Wii Grand Slam Tennis is a great way to improve your virtual tennis skills!

What You Need

To play Wii Grand Slam Tennis, you will need the following:
-A Wii console
-A Wii Remote
-A copy of the Wii Grand Slam Tennis game
-The Wii MotionPlus accessory (optional)

Setting Up

After you have securely inserted the Wii Grand Slam Tennis disc into your Wii console, make sure that the Wii Remote is properly positioned horizontally and that you have line of sight with the sensor bar. The game will begin with a Briefing Menu where you can choose to start a match or go to one of the following screens: Tournament, License Test, World Tour or Options.

Playing the Game

Wii Grand Slam Tennis is a tennis simulation video game for the Wii console. It was released in May 2009. The game features four modes: Single Match, doubles, Wimbledon and tournament mode. In each mode, the player can choose to play as one of 16 different professional tennis players. The game can be played by up to four players.

When playing in Single Match mode, the player can choose to play a one-set match or a best-of-three set match. In doubles mode, the player can choose to play with a computer partner or with another human player. In Wimbledon mode, the player competes in the singles tournament at Wimbledon. In tournament mode, the player competes in a four-player tournament at one of five different locations: Australia, France, Britain, Japan or the United States.

The game is controlled using the Wii Remote and Nunchuk accessory. The Wii Remote is held like a tennis racket and swung to hit the ball. Different strokes can be executed by swinging the Wii Remote in different ways. For example, a flat stroke is executed by swinging the Wii Remote horizontally, while a topspin stroke is executed by swinging the Wii Remote upwards. The player can also run around on the court by moving the Nunchuk control stick.


When playing a game of Wii Grand Slam Tennis, scoring is determined by the player’s performance in each individual game. In order to win a game, a player must earn more points than their opponent. The first player to win two games out of three is the winner of the match.

Points are earned by winning rallies. A rally is won when the opponent is unable to return the ball within the boundaries of the court. If the ball hits the ground twice or goes out of bounds, a point is lost.

The first player to earn four points wins the game. If the score reaches three games all, then a tiebreaker is played. In a tiebreaker, the first player to earn seven points wins the game.


We hope you enjoyed our beginner’s guide on how to play Wii Grand Slam Tennis. Although virtual tennis may not be as physically demanding as the real thing, it can still be quite challenging and a whole lot of fun. Be sure to check out our other guides for more tips and tricks on how to get the most out of your Wii gaming experience.

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