Tennis Clash borrows the infrastructure of the likes of Clash Royale, Golf Clash, and more but wraps it around a multiplayer tennis game that challenges you to beat a series of random players to see who’s the very best.
There’s a wide variety of tournaments to battle through, equipment to unlock, and an excellent control scheme that allows you to perform every action with a series of taps and swipes.
In this guide, we’re going to detail how the game works and provide you with a bunch of tips and tricks to help you master it.
Tennis Clash Beginner’s Guide
Let’s start by taking a good look at the controls, which don’t feature any virtual buttons whatsoever. Instead, you perform every action with a series of taps and swipes.
You move your character by tapping to move them to that spot, and hit the tennis ball by swiping. However, it isn’t quite as simple as that. How long you swipe determines how far the ball goes and how quickly you swipe determines the speed. You’ll also need to pay close attention to the direction you swipe in, as that determines the direction.
At first, you’ll likely find it difficult to get your shots to go where you want them to, but over time it starts to feel a lot more familiar. We recommend just practicing every type of shot you can think of during your first few hours of the game to really get a feel for it.
Tournaments help you track your progression throughout Tennis Clash. As you gain Trophies, you’ll progress throughout various different Tournaments in a system that works identically to how it does in Clash Royale.
Each time you win, you’ll get a loot box that you can open to get your hands on a variety of different gear, from tennis rackets to balls and more. Again, this is a system very similar to that found in Clash Royale, as it’s how you get better as a player – other than improve your overall skill.
Tips and Tricks
- Learn how your opponent likes to play: When you start a new game against a new opponent, take a few moments to figure out how your opponent likes to play and try and counter it.
- Vary up your strategy: If you do something that works, your opponent will likely be wise to it so don’t repeat it over and over. Keep changing your strategy and approach so the opponent finds it impossible to predict what you’re going to do next.
- Open up a stream of loot boxes: Always be opening loot boxes so the rewards come in thick and fast. That’s how you get better.
- Beat all tournaments fully: When you beat a tournament and can move onto the next one, you’re not necessarily done with the previous. You can top the leaderboard to earn more rewards.