Pete Sampras Tennis '97

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Pete Sampras Tennis '97
Developer(s)Codemasters
Publisher(s)Codemasters
Platform(s)Microsoft Windows, MS-DOS, PlayStation
Release1997
Genre(s)Sports
Mode(s)Single-player, Multiplayer

Pete Sampras Tennis '97 is a tennis video game developed and published by Codemasters. It was released for Microsoft Windows and MS-DOS. It was also released for the PlayStation as Sampras Extreme Tennis. It was endorsed by multiple Grand Slam champion Pete Sampras who appears in the game as an unlockable character. It is the final game in the Pete Sampras Tennis series.

Gameplay[edit]

Players can choose to compete in an exhibition versus match against the CPU or another human player, or participate in a tournament or knockout mode. In tournament mode, the player selects from one of four unseeded rookies to compete in a world tour. Knockout mode is an eight-player round robin tournament.

Reception[edit]

The game received positive reviews upon release.[citation needed] PlayStation Plus gave the game 90%,[citation needed] while Games Machine awarded the game a 95% rating.[citation needed]