Wii Tennis Cheats
Here are Wii Tennis Cheats
that will help you beat your friends.
The Wii Tennis game is
actually quite clever. Sure you can play it in a seated
position and hit the ball by just flicking the controller, but
what fun is that? You can get a pretty good workout if
you actually swing the controller as if it was a tenn are
standing, noving around and swinging the controller as if it
was a real tennis racket. (Be sure it is properly
fascened to your wrist!) And if you know some of these
wii tennis tips you can vary your shots, just like in real
tennis and keep your opponents on their toes.
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To do a power serve, time a quick swing to coincide with the
top of the ball's arc. Some serves will have a trailing streak
behind them and are difficult to return. Controller angle is
also important for the power serve. If your serving motion
mimics an overhead tennis serve, then the controller needs to
be angled forward and down, like in a true tennis serve or
overhead smash. Finally, there seems to be no way to aim the
serve that we have found.
Super Slow Serve
A super slow serve is very difficult for the Wii bots to
return. Toss the ball up and wait until the last second
to serve it. This will generate a very slow, high serve, but
for some reason, human and bot opponents struggle with the
Smashing the Slow Serve (Forehand)
If your Wii tennis opponent dares to loop one over the net to
your forhand, swing a bit early with little to no wrist action.
If you can do this well-timed with a quick swing, it is a
usually unreturnable Agassi-like chop across the forecourt.
I find the best way to hit back any serve to my backhand is to
return the ball with a quick top-spin flick of my wrist, as
quick as I can swing and flick, timed a bit early to send it
right. This works equally well against slow and fast
If they manage to return a smashing slow serve, the ball is
almost always hit squarely at your net man, since it's hard for
them to get around on the ball. You can usually hit it right
down the middle or left to take the point.
How To Make Wii Bots Sweat
If you play long points against the bots, you'll notice that
they begin to visibly sweat. When the sweating starts, they
also slow down when reacting to your shots, making it easier
for you to win points. Effects only last the duration of the
game (not the match).
If you swing the controller forward, going from low to high you
will get topspin on your ball. Some players suggest rotating
your wrist a little forward also. This technique is
particularly useful for getting good angles from the backcourt
player. When you add topspin, this enables you to aim and
achieve sharper angles.
Swing controller forward, from high to low for a backspin shot.
If you rotate your wrist a little backwards when making the
swing it seems to work even better. Once you get this technique
down you can add crazy sidespin, and really fast backspin so
that the ball will quickly skip off the surface. This can fool
the bots at lower difficulty.
To do lobs, move the remote in an upwards direction, lifting
it, without forward movement. This is good for defensive shots
when you are recovering from an opponents high angled shots. It
gives you more time to move back towards the middle (you'll
notice bots using this technique when they get better). You can
also use it for netplay to lob over the front court player into
the back corner of the court.
Volley Directly at Wii Bots
When you hit directly at a bot in the backcourt, it will often
miss-hit. The bot behaves like it can't decide whether to hit a
forehand or backhand, and misses completely. This works best
when bots are in the backcourt corners.
Super Funky Spin
This appears to be something you can do only if the ball is
close to your feet and you hit it moderately late with a
backspin (slice your hand down and level out). It's also
dependent, it seems, on the type of shot coming your way.
Here's a some general wii tennis hints that produce positive
- Use a sharp angled topspin shot to get the bots to one
side of the court, and quickly pounce on their return with
your net player so that he hits it to the other side.
Basically just keep using the net player until you volley
the ball away.
- Standing at the net flicking the controller back and
forth spastically is surprisingly effective.
- To hit the net on purpose--hold controller straight up,
and chop quickly down with wrist movement. Like holding an
axe and chopping quickly. In most attempts, the ball will
hit the top part of the net and fall down. It doesn't seem
to work all the time, however.