International Tennis Open
|Publisher(s)||Philips Interactive Media
International Tennis Open is a sports video game developed by Infogrames Multimedia and published by Philips Interactive Media in 1992. It was released on PC, Philips CD-i, Macintosh, and DOS. It was a pack-in game for some CD-i models. The UK version of the game is available in French and English as it is a French game.
Players take on the role of "Victor Player" - An experienced player whose nationality depends on what language has been selected. There are several different gameplay styles. Match - Allows players to play a single game of tennis. Tournament - Allows players to play a series of games against various opponents. Training - Allows players to practice before playing a game. This involved playing against a ball throwing machine.
In between or at the start of games, sports commentator George Eddy would comment on the game.
GamePro gave the CD-i version a perfect score, lauding the game for its "awesome, realistic, rotoscoped graphics and animation similar to, but more fluid than, Delphine Software's Flashback", its realistic sounds, and its challenging AI opponents.