Release Date

PlayStation 4

  • US 11th Feb 2020
  • EU 9th Jan 2020

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  • 13th Jun 2022
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  • Review AO Tennis 2 - A Smashing Improvement


    AO Tennis 2 could have been named Nick Kyrgios: The Game and we doubt anyone would have batted an eyelid. The controversial Australian superstar is a compatriot of developer Big Ant, and has clearly inadvertently influenced the studio’s sophomore Australian Open tie-in. With a morality system allowing you to react positively or negatively...

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AO Tennis 2 News

  • News AO Tennis 2 Will Let You Unleash Your Inner-Kyrgios

    Who banged whose girlfriend?

    Tennis can be a bit too clean for its own good, and we personally believe that characters like Nick Kyrgios are necessary. The good news is that in AO Tennis 2, you’ll be able to incur your own fines from the authorities, reacting badly to umpire decisions and acting like an ass in press conferences. This will have an...

  • News AO Tennis 2 Sounds Like a Huge Improvement

    Smash hit

    As the first dedicated tennis game on the PlayStation 4, there’s no doubt that AO International Tennis was a huge disappointment. But developer Big Ant has had plenty of time to listen to feedback, and now it’s got a publisher in French firm BigBen Interactive behind it. Already, the sequel AO Tennis 2 is sounding like an enormous...

  • News BigBen Interactive Serves Up More PS4 Tennis with AO Tennis 2

    Laver time

    AO International Tennis – last year’s disappointing Australian Open tie-in – is getting a PlayStation 4 sequel, but this time it’s landed a publisher in Tennis World Tour’s BigBen Interactive. The sequel aims to expand upon the original with a narrative-driven career mode that promises to spotlight the activities of an upcoming...

About The Game

In AO Tennis 2, tennis fans can take themselves from the outside courts to centre-stage glory in the all-new narrative-driven career mode. For the first time in AO Tennis, success for a young talented player depends as much on external events as great play on the court, which provides deeper immersion into the world of professional tennis.