Craig Nye, Thunderbolt Games: "The best description for Grand Slam Tennis would be that it is a true diamond in the rough. It was perhaps asking a bit too much of EA to get everything right for their first attempt, but even then, Grand Slam Tennis has all but made pressing buttons instead of swinging arms to hit a tennis ball an archaic, unsatisfying and pointless exercise. You'll cheer, you'll jump up and down, you'll even strongly consider throwing your controller on the floor in disgust. But it's part and parcel of the most realistic game of tennis so far and for the love of the game itself (virtual and real), you'll take both the good and the bad on the chin. Tennis elbow and all."