AppGamer writes: "We're in two minds with Gameloft's numerous productions. Once in a while, their games can signify exemplary releases, setting the bar a notch higher for competing developers vying for attention. Meanwhile others can play out like lazy ports or include questionable gaming mechanics that deter the game's enjoyment factor. While Real Tennis isn't the stellar Terminator Salvation release we were hoping for, it doesn't embarrass itself by committing too many unforced errors like Assassin's Creed did. In fact, Gameloft's entry into the tennis world sits comfortably between the two spectrums of good and bad, in turn becoming a game that has its merits and its flaws."