It's definitely a great time for tennis fans on Xbox right now! We've been having a blast with TopSpin 2K25 ever since it was released a couple of weeks ago, and yet another tennis game is about to make its debut on Xbox this week.

The latest one is called Tennis Elbow 4, and many of its fans hail it as the most realistic tennis game on PC. That's definitely not because of its graphics or overall presentation (both of which are admittedly lacking), but because its gameplay is said to be extremely authentic and enjoyable - once you've mastered it at least!

Here's an example review from the Tennis Elbow 4 Steam page:

"It's fun, can't believe it's one [developer]. I've only played single player so far, but every opponent I've faced actually feels different and their style of play is unique to them. Really great stuff. The graphics aren't great, but after about an hour I don't even care anymore."

As mentioned, Tennis Elbow 4 is the brainchild of just one developer, and it currently boasts a "Very Positive" rating on Steam. It sounds like it's definitely worth considering on Xbox - and it'll apparently even include mod support on console, as confirmed on Reddit earlier this week:

Look out for Tennis Elbow 4 on Xbox One, Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S on May 8th, 2024.

"Tennis Elbow 4 is the successor of Tennis Elbow 2013, acclaimed by many Steam reviewers as the most realistic tennis simulation ever. Created by and for tennis fans, Tennis Elbow 4 is a tennis simulation with an easy and intuitive learning curve, but with exceptional gameplay depth."

"TE4 features one of the most complete World Tour ever made in a tennis video game. With over 3500 players evolving over several decades competing in more than 400 tournaments each year, from the low-rank Junior tournament qualifications to the top-level Pro event finals, both in singles and doubles competition, you’ll feel like diving into a real professional tennis player career."

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