Number of Players
Release Date

PlayStation 3

  • US 14th Feb 2012
  • EU 10th Feb 2012
Controller Support


  • Review Grand Slam Tennis 2 (PlayStation 3)

    Serving up a winner?

    Grand Slam Tennis 2 has the daunting task of following up last year’s brace of solid tennis titles. Both Virtua Tennis 4 and Top Spin 4 hold a racquet-like grip on the two opposing formats of the tennis genre: Virtua Tennis with its slick arcade action and Top Spin with its challenging simulation focus. It’s unsurprising,...

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Grand Slam Tennis 2 News

  • News Grand Slam Tennis 2 Launch Trailer Smashes Online

    Mac attack

    With EA Sports' Grand Slam Tennis 2 due out on European store shelves this week, the publisher has served up an official launch trailer for the game highlighting all of its features and modes. There’s a mixture of classic and modern footage on show, in addition to a few seconds of Sharapova’s trademark screaming. Yeah, we could have...

  • News EA Sports Introduces Grand Slam Tennis 2's Pro AI System

    Signature acoustics

    In a new trailer, Grand Slam Tennis 2's excitable producer, Thomas Singleton, has offered a birds-eye view at the upcoming sim's Pro AI system. The theory is that the game's able to capture the behaviour of its professional players — from John "you cannot be serious" McEnroe's trademark outbursts, right through to...

  • First Impressions Grand Slam Tennis 2

    The latest tennis contender

    The recent Grand Slam Tennis 2 demo on PlayStation Network supports PlayStation Move, so we got to grips with its motion controls to see how it shapes up. Ever since Sports Champions redefined motion controls with its table tennis mode, we’ve longed for a similarly accurate tennis game. Both Top Spin 4 and Virtua Tennis...

  • News Learn About Total Racquet Control in Grand Slam Tennis 2

    Get a grip

    We're now a matter of weeks from Grand Slam Tennis 2 and its promising PlayStation Move features, but what exactly is EA's "Total Racquet Control" system? The publisher has released the video below to explain its new control method in more detail, though it's actually for traditional controllers rather than Move; here's hoping...

  • News EA Serves Up Grand Slam Tennis 2 in February

    McEnroe's on the box

    Grand Slam Tennis 2 is ready to take to the court in mid-February, EA has announced. European fans can make a racquet from 10th February, while those in North America get their chance from 14th February. EA has also announced the cover athletes for the game: GermanyRoger Federer, Boris Becker, Maria Sharapova SpainRafael Nadal,...

  • News Who's Competing in Grand Slam Tennis 2?

    Roster revealed

    Eager to find out who's going to be available to play in EA's Grand Slam Tennis 2? The publisher just revealed the full line-up of stars, past and present, who'll be appearing in the upcoming Move tennis game. The roster includes current players like Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Serena Williams alongside legendary racquet-wielders...

  • News Grand Slam Tennis 2 Shots Show Their Faces

    An impressive start

    EA announced Grand Slam Tennis 2 several weeks ago, but the initial teaser trailer didn't show any player faces, causing us to worry if they'd suffer from the dreaded "Zombie Henman" effect that's plagued 3D tennis games since Virtua Tennis first swung a racquet. Now we have the first face shots, we can see how silly we...

  • News EA Brings Grand Slam Tennis 2 to Move Centre Court

    Ready to take the crown?

    So far we've seen some decent attempts at PlayStation Move tennis games, but neither Virtua Tennis 4 nor Top Spin 4 quite hit the mark. Now EA Sports is hoping to get in the game with Grand Slam Tennis 2. The newly announced game continues from Grand Slam Tennis on Wii by including licensed tournaments including Wimbledon...

About The Game

Grand Slam® Tennis 2 will include a host of gameplay features including:

· All-New Total Racquet Control: Control every shot with the right analog stick, smashing forehands, backhands, overheads and volleys with precision, accuracy and power. Utilize this innovative control system to take your game to the top!

· Become a Champion: Become a true Grand Slam® tournament champion by capturing all four major championships in succession. The prestige of some of the most historic events in tennis come alive like never before, including the Australian Open, French Open, U.S. Open and exclusive to EA SPORTS Grand Slam® Tennis franchise – Wimbledon.

· PlayStation Move Support: The motion control experience gets you on your feet and puts a racquet right in the palm of your hands. From casual players to tennis masters, you truly have the chance to swing your way to victory.

· Legends of Now and Then: Play with or against more than 20 of the greatest players to ever grace the courts, including Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic, Bjorn Borg, Maria Sharapova, Serena and Venus Williams and exclusive to EA SPORTS Grand Slam® Tennis franchise, seventeen-time winner of a Grand Slam® tournament John McEnroe.

· Professional, Realistic, Organic (P.R.O.). AI: The playing styles and behaviors of the sport’s greatest stars are captured right down to their signature swings and emotional reactions. Realistic tactics and strategies are your keys to success against each legend whether playing on hard court, clay or grass. The organic artificial intelligence adapts to your game so there’s never a dull moment!

· ESPN Grand Slam® Tournament Classics: Relive some of the most memorable moments in tennis. From Borg versus McEnroe to Nadal versus Federer, play your way through history unlocking up to 25 amazing moments of Grand Slam® tournaments.

· Deep Tennis Experience: Play countless hours of tennis in Play Now mode – singles and doubles, through a 10-year career or battle online. A wide variety of online gameplay features, Photo Game Face and more keep your experience fresh and authentic.