T

ennis Clash is an online PVP game, in which players can play a fun version of real tennis with other players from around the globe on their mobile. The game is designed to be fast and exhilarating.

Though it comes with a learning curve, once you understand the basics, the game is really a treat to play.


In the beginning, we are asked to enter our name or alias and then we go through a training course. to help us understand how to play this game.

In the training session, we learn how to make long and short shots by swiping on the mobile screen.

We also learn how to adjust the power of our shots and serve by the speed with which we swipe.

In the Intro session, we are given a starter tennis kit which includes a starter tennis racquet, racquet grip, tennis shoes and a wrist band.


As we progress in the game, we unlock better racquets and accessories that help us improve our game.

Characters in Tennis Clash

Jonah

Jonah is a character in Tennis Clash. His surprising strength is seen in his powerful forehand and backhand strikes.
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Jonah is a powerful baseliner. His main strengths are his forehand and backhand strokes. Jonah is quick on his feet, has powerful serves and can return strikes with so much power, you wouldn't be able to see the ball flying past you.

Hope

Hope is a character in Tennis Clash. She is an All rounder. Her play style relies on balance and she adapts easily to all opponents.
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Hope is a balanced player who can adapt to any play style. This puts the focus on how she is built and trained.

If you spend more cards that enhances her forehand and backhand power, she can become a good baseline player. If you use cards that enhances her agility and stamina, she can become a good counter puncher.

Though Hope can play any styles, she is not well suited to be a serve and volley player. Cards that enhances Serve and Volley don't work as well on Hope as it does on players like Jonah and Viktoria.

Florence

Florence is a character in Tennis Clash. She is a counter puncher.
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Florence is an awesome character in Tennis Clash. Her main strengths are her Agility and Stamina. If you use the right cards on her, she can outrun almost any other character in the game. This comes as an advantage in longer point event matches.

Even though her serves and volley ain't that strong, if you use the right cards, she can play well from the baseline.

Leo

Leo is a character in Tennis Clash. His main strengths are his crushing serves and lightning-fast volleys.
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Leo is a formidable character in Tennis Clash. Leo is left handed.

His blazing fast serves and volleys are hard to beat.

Leo is the tallest character in Tennis Clash and his height comes to his advantage for serves and volleys. If you use the right cards on him, it gets very tough to beat Leo.

If you play as his opponent, getting him to run and drain his stamina can give you a fighting chance to beat him.

Kaito

Kaito is another counter puncher character in Tennis Clash. His main strengths are his stamina and agility.
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Kaito is a counter puncher like Florence. Both of them have similar play styles. Kaito's main abilities are his agility and stamina.

He can move around fast and does not get tired easily. This can be used to his advantage.

Keep the opponent running till they are out of stamina is an easy winning strategy for playing with Kaito.

Viktoria

Viktoria is a left handed baseline player who is really aggressive in her strokes. Her powerful strokes dictate the speed of the match and dominates her opponents easily.
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Viktoria is a left-handed base line player in Tennis Clash. Her play style is aggressive forehands and backhands that are hard to return. If you use the right cards on her, she can perform powerful serves like Leo.

If you play as her opponent, serving wide and taking her to the sides gives you more chances to beat her.

Omar

Omar is a character in Tennis clash. His serve and volley skills are his highlight. Omar is a serious and thoughtful player. His sharp skills and quick decision making give him the ability to do precise serves and volleys.
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Omar is a calm and thoughtful player in Tennis Clash. He is a clinical player in Tennis Clash.

Doing the right serves and returns is what he does best.

Like Leo, Omar is a tall character. Use the right cards and it becomes tough to beat Omar.

Diana

Diana is a powerful character in Tennis Clash. She does powerful serves and fast volleys.
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Diana is a powerful character in Tennis Clash. She is quick in her strides, does powerful serves and fast volleys.

If you use the right cards on her, she can also become an aggressive baseline player and also a counter puncher.

If you play as her opponent, strike to her weakest hand and serve wide. This may give you an opportunity to defeat her.

Mei-Li

Mei-Li is an all rounder character in Tennis Clash. She has a balanced play style.
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Mei-Li is an all rounder in Tennis Clash. She has a balanced play style like Hope.

Mei Li can adapt depending on who she is playing against. If you use the right cards on her, she can become an awesome baseline player as well as a counter puncher.

Serves and volleys are naturally not her forte.

Luc

Luc is an aggressive baseline player in Tennis Clash. Luc has a powerful yet balanced approach combined with strong forehand and backhand strikes.
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Luc is a powerful character in Tennis Clash.

He has naturally strong forehands and backhands that lets him dominate his opponents from the baseline.

Even though, he is aggressive, he can easily switch to a more balanced play style keeping the opponents guessing. He is fast and can keep you running.

If you play as his opponent, aim to keep him running to drain his stamina.

Gameplay of Tennis Clash

Gameplay look of Tennis Clash. Kaito vs Leo in Shanghai tour.
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After the intro training session, you get into the actual gameplay of Tennis Clash.


You progress in the game by winning more matches and getting trophies.

The number of trophies you win determines your ranking in the game.

The more games you win, the more trophies you get.

The more game you lose, the more trophies get deducted.


Initially, only Tour 1 is available.

As you advance in your ranking, more tours are unlocked.


Tours in Tennis Clash

Tour 1 - New York

Tour 1 in Tennis Clash is New York.
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New York is the initial tour that is already unlocked when you are finished with the training session.

The cost of entry is 100 coins and the prize money is 200 coins.

For experienced players who have advanced cards unlocked, if they want to play in the New York tour, there is a Level Cap of 5.

The Game Score limit is 5. The player who gets 5 points wins the game trophy.

New York is for players who are just starting up with the game. As you progress, you unlock the Sydney Tour.

Tour 2 - Sydney

Tour 2 in Tennis Clash is in Sydney.
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Sydney Tour is unlocked when you win 22 Trophies.

The cost of entry is 350 coins and the prize money is 700 coins.

For experienced players who have advanced cards unlocked, if they want to play in the Sydney tour, there is a Level Cap of 6.

The Game Score limit is 7. The player who gets 7 points wins the game trophy.

Sydney Tour is for players who are beginning to get into the flow of Tennis Clash.

As you progress, you unlock the Rio Tour.

Tour 3 - Rio

Tour 3 in Tennis Clash is the Rio Tour. It unlocks with 60 trophies.
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Rio Tour is unlocked when you win 60 Trophies.

The cost of entry is 1500 coins and the prize money is 3000 coins.

For higher level players who have advanced cards unlocked, if they want to play in the Rio tour, there is a Level Cap of 7.

The Game Score limit is 7. The player who gets 7 points wins the game trophy.

The Rio Tour is for players who are mid level skilled in Tennis Clash.

As you progress, you unlock the Tokyo Tour.

Tour 4 - Tokyo

Tour 4 in Tennis Clash is the Tokyo Tour. It unlocks with 150 trophies.
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The Tokyo Tour is unlocked when you win 150 Trophies.

The cost of entry is 6000 coins and the prize money is 12000 coins.

For higher level players who have advanced cards unlocked, if they want to play in the Tokyo tour, there is a Level Cap of 9.

The Game Score limit is 7. The player who gets 7 points wins the game trophy.

The Tokyo Tour is for players who are above average in skills in Tennis Clash.

As you progress, you unlock the Moscow Tour.

Tour 5 - Moscow

Tour 5 in Tennis Clash is the Moscow Tour. It unlocks with 300 trophies.
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The Moscow Tour is unlocked when you win 300 Trophies.

The cost of entry is 15000 coins and the prize money is 30000 coins.

For higher level players who have advanced cards unlocked, if they want to play in the Moscow tour, there is a Level Cap of 10.

The Game Score limit is 7. The player who gets 7 points wins the game trophy.

The Moscow Tour is for advanced players who have higher than above average skills in Tennis Clash.

As you progress, you unlock the Rome Tour.

Tour 6 - Rome

Tour 6 in Tennis Clash is the Rome Tour. It unlocks with 480 trophies.
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The Rome Tour is unlocked when you win 480 Trophies.

The cost of entry is 35000 coins and the prize money is 70000 coins.

For higher level players who have advanced cards unlocked, if they want to play in the Rome tour, there is a Level Cap of 11.

The Game Score limit is 7. The player who gets 7 points wins the game trophy.

The Rome Tour is for advanced players who are very skilled in Tennis Clash.

As you progress further, you unlock the Shanghai Tour.

Tour 7 - Shanghai

Tour 7 in Tennis Clash is the Shanghai Tour. It unlocks with 680 trophies.
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The Shanghai Tour is unlocked when you win 680 Trophies.

The cost of entry is 60000 coins and the prize money is 120,000 coins.

For higher level players who have advanced cards unlocked, if they want to play in the Shanghai tour, there is a Level Cap of 12.

The Game Score limit is 7. The player who gets 7 points wins the game trophy.

The Shanghai Tour is for pro level players who wouldn't stop at anything to win in Tennis Clash.

As you progress further, you unlock the Paris Tour.

Tour 8 - Paris

Tour 8 in Tennis Clash is the Paris Tour. It is unlocked with 1250 trophies.
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The Paris Tour is unlocked when you win 1250 Trophies.

The cost of entry is 200,000 coins and the prize money is 400,000 coins.

For higher level players who have advanced cards unlocked, if they want to play in the Paris tour, there is a Level Cap of 13.

The Game Score limit is 7. The player who gets 7 points wins the game trophy.

The Paris Tour is Grand Slam level players who rank in the top tiers in Tennis Clash.

As you progress further, you unlock the final tour in Tennis Clash, the Dubai Tour.

Tour 9 - Dubai

Tour 9 in Tennis Clash is in Dubai. It unlocks with 2100 trophies.
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The Dubai Tour is unlocked when you win 2100 Trophies.

The cost of entry is 600,000 coins and the prize money is 1,200,000 coins.

For higher level players who have advanced cards unlocked, if they want to play in the Paris tour, there is a Level Cap of 13.

The Game Score limit is 7. The player who gets 7 points wins the game trophy.

The Paris Tour is advanced Grand Slam level players who rank in the top most tier in Tennis Clash.

The Dubai Tour is the final tour in Tennis Clash. It's a great feat to reach this level.

Coins and Gems in Tennis Clash

Get more Gems and Coins in Tennis Clash game to unlock bags and to easily upgrade cards and characters.
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Gems and Coins are the currency in the game.

  • You need more Gems to buy and unlock bags and to buy character and equipment cards.
  • You need more Coins to enter tours and special tournament and to upgrade cards and characters.
  • You have the option to buy Gems and Coins using real currency, an option that you should take if you want to level up faster.

As you win more matches, you get coins as prize money. You also receive bags which when unlocked gives you coins, gems and cards.

Bags in Tennis Clash

There are several types of bags in Tennis Clash. The bigger the bag, the better goodies you get.

Free Bag

Free Bag in Tennis Clash.
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The Free Bag is given every 2 hours to the player. Two of such bags can be stored without opening.

If we keep opening one of these every 2 hours, you can have as many bags as you want.

A neat trick by the developers of this game to keep the players coming back to play Tennis Clash.

Classic Bag

A Classic Bag in Tennis Clash.
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A Classic bag is the most common bag we get in Tennis Clash. We get this bag as a prize for every 3 out of 4 games we win.

There is a waiting period of 3 hours or a cost of 38 Gems to open this bag.

Grand Bag

Grand Bag in Tennis Clash.
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The Grand Bag is another kind of goody bag that we get when we win matches in Tennis Clash.

We get this almost 1 out of 4 times we win a match.

The Grand bag takes 8 hours to open or has a cost of 80 Gems to open.

This bag gives you much better loot than the Classic Bag.

You can purchase a Grand Bag from the in-game store for 640 Gems. Purchased bags open immediately.

Every day, one of these Grand bags is given away to the players when they score 40 points on the Daily Rewards Counter.

Those bags are called in the game as 'Points Bag'.

Elite Bag

Elite Bag in Tennis Clash game.
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The Elite Bag is the second best bag that you can win in Tennis Clash.

You win this by playing top tier games, and winning 2nd place in special event tournaments.

From our experience we have found that you can win this bag for every 41st, 121st and 220th match you win.

This cycle refreshes after the 240th match.

The Elite Bag takes 12 hours to open or would cost 112 Gems to open immediately.

You can also purchase it from the store for 1800 gems which open immediately.

King Bag

The King Bag in Tennis Clash game.
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The King Bag is the best bag that you can win in Tennis Clash.

You win this by playing top tier games and by winning the 1st place in tournaments.

We can win one of these bags in normal tour matches, but its given very very rarely.

From experience we have found out that the King Bag is given to you for every 240th match you win.

That's super rare.

The King Bag takes 14 hours to open or would cost 140 Gems to open immediately.

You can also purchase it from the store for 8000 gems which open immediately.

How to Win in Tennis Clash

How to win in Tennis Clash. Tips and tricks to play and beat every opponent.
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Master the Swipe

The serves and shots are played by swiping on the screen.

The direction, elevation, and the power of the serves and shots are totally controlled by how you swipe and also the timing of your swipe.

Follow these tips to master your shots and serves.

  • Swipe fast to add in a lot of power to your shots and serves, a perfectly timed fast serve/shot will make the ball go lightning fast.
  • Swipe slow if you want to trick your opponent by making a drop shot or if you want to serve short.
  • The timing and the direction of your swipes are important. Aim to serve wide, strike the ball to the corners, thus making it difficult for the opponent to return.
  • Learn to change the direction of the swipe, and keep the opponent guessing.

Choose your character wisely

After spending a few hours playing Tennis Clash, you will unlock many characters to choose from.

As explained earlier, every character has their strong and weak points.

The character we choose must complement the style of our gameplay, therefore, which character we choose to play is important.

Keep these points in mind when choosing your character.

  • Do you play more like Novak Djokovic ? If you like making strong shots from the baseline, and you seldom go near the nets for a volley shot. You should choose an aggressive baseliner.

The Baseline players in Tennis Clash are

  1. Jonah
  2. Viktoria
  3. Luc
  • Do you play more like Rafael Nadal ? If you like to keep rallying and making the opponents run for miles till they give up. If you don't like to give up and would return all serves and shots that come at you. You should choose a counter puncher.

The Counter Punchers in Tennis Clash are

  1. Florence
  2. Kaito
  • Do you play more like Roger Federer ? If you are a balanced all-court player. If you are good at playing from different points in the court and also easily adapts to different play styles. You should choose an All Rounder.

The All Rounder players in Tennis Clash are

  1. Hope
  2. Mei-Li
  • Do you play more like Pete Sampras ? If you have a formidable serve and likes to play near the net. You should choose a Serve and Volley character.

The Serve and Volley players in Tennis Clash are

  1. Leo
  2. Omar
  3. Diana

Play your Cards Right

Just like your play-style and the character you choose, Cards are an important aspect in Tennis Clash.

Cards unlock new characters, new equipments, new training strategies and new diets.

Every Card that you get in Tennis Clash enhances particular attributes of a player.

Cards in Tennis Clash enhances attributes of a player.
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After choosing your character, choose and play your cards well.

If you are not sure about a set of cards, try them in different combinations and see which improves your gameplay to the best.

Follow these tips to maximise your attributes in Tennis Clash

  • If you choose to play as an Aggressive Baseliner, look to build attributes in this order of priority.
  1. Forehand
  2. Backhand
  3. Serve
  4. Agility
  5. Stamina
  6. Volley
  • If you choose to play as a Counter Puncher, look to build attributes in this order of priority.
  1. Stamina
  2. Agility
  3. Forehand
  4. Backhand
  5. Serve
  6. Volley
  • If you choose to play as an All Rounder, the attributes you build should be balanced. The order of priority should be in the order.
  1. Forehand
  2. Backhand
  3. Serve
  4. Agility
  5. Stamina
  6. Volley
  • If you choose to play as a Serve and Volley specialist, look to build attributes in this order.
  1. Serve
  2. Volley
  3. Forehand
  4. Backhand
  5. Agility
  6. Stamina

Add Strings to one's Racquet

Strings are another important feature in Tennis Clash. There are a variety of Strings available in Tennis Clash. Each type of these strings enhance certain attributes of a player. The different features of these strings are

  • Stamina Shield
  • Quick Catch
  • Long Catch
  • Critical Hits
  • Forehand Counter
  • Backhand Counter

The strings may have one or more of these features in combination.

Nylon String

Nylon String in Tennis Clash is the basic string available that is simple but a reliable choice for beginners.
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Nylon String is the most basic type of string available.

This string does not have any special features. Nylon string is a simple choice for beginners.

Swallow Poly String

Swallow Poly String in Tennis Clash. It has Long Catch and Critical Hit features.
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The Swallow Poly String is a Tier 1 string in Tennis Clash.

Its main features are Long Catch and Critical Hit.

The Swallow Poly string enhances the Agility attribute of the player. A player can catch long shots when equipped with this string.

Maestro Multi

Maestro Multi String in Tennis Clash. This string has the Stamina Shield and Quick Catch features.
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The Maestro Multi string is one of the most widely used strings in Tennis Clash.

Its main features are Stamina Shield (Tier 2) and Quick Catch.

The Maestro Multi string enhances the Stamina attribute of a player. This string is really useful in long form event matches.

Joker Cords String

Joker Cords String in Tennis Clash. It has Stamina Shield Tier 1 and Long Catch Tier 2 features.
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The Joker Cords is one of the most popularly used string in Tennis Clash.

Its main features are Stamina Shield and Long Catch (Tier 2).

The Joker Cords string enhances the Stamina and Agility attributes of a player. This string is really useful in long form event matches.

Toro Twine String

Toro Twine String in Tennis Clash. It has Quick Catch Tier 2 and Critical Hit Tier 2 features.
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The Toro Twine is a widely used string by aggressive fast paced players in Tennis Clash.

Its main features are Quick Catch (Tier 2) and Critical Hit (Tier 2).

The Toro Twine string is best suited for volley players who need to make quick returns from near the net.

Punisher Gut String

Punisher Gut string in Tennis Clash. It has Backhand Counter, Critical Hit and Long Catch (Tier 2) features.
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The Punisher Gut is a one of the top tier strings available in Tennis Clash.

Its main features are Long Catch (Tier 2), Critical Hit and Backhand Counter.

The Punisher Gut string enhances the Backhand strike and Agility attributes of a player.

Siberian Wire String

Siberian Wire string in Tennis Clash. It has Forehand Counter, Critical Hit and Long Catch (Tier 2) features.
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The Siberian Wire is a one of the top tier strings available in Tennis Clash.

Its main features are Long Catch (Tier 2), Critical Hit and Forehand Counter.

The Punisher Gut string enhances the Forehand strike and Agility attributes of a player.

BullsEye String

BullsEye String in Tennis Clash. It is a special type of string that is won after winning the weekly Bulls Eye challenge.
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The BullsEye is a special type of string in Tennis Clash. It is given to players when they open the special bags after winning the BullsEye Challenge.

Its main features are Forehand Counter and the Backhand Counter.

The Siberian Wire string enhances the Forehand and Backhand strikes and the Precision of the player.

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Follow these tips and you will become a maestro in Tennis Clash in no time.

If you are not willing to spend real currency to upgrade your items and characters, you can grind it out and slowly unlock the best cards and character.

Soon enough, you will become a pro and will start winning the event tournaments.

Tennis Clash is a great game for tennis lovers just to have fun with, it does have its shortcomings but the game has gotten a lot better over the years.

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I will see you on the court, in Tennis Clash.