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Box artwork for Virtua Tennis 2.
Virtua Tennis 2
Developer(s)Hitmaker
Publisher(s)
Arcade icon.png Arcade
Sega
Sega Dreamcast icon.png Sega Dreamcast
PlayStation 2 icon.png PlayStation 2
Game Boy Advance icon.png Game Boy Advance
Flag of the United States.svg THQ
System(s)Arcade, Sega Dreamcast, PlayStation 2, Game Boy Advance
Preceded byVirtua Tennis
Followed byVirtua Tennis 3
SeriesVirtua Tennis
Release date(s)
Arcade icon.png Arcade
Sega Dreamcast icon.png Sega Dreamcast
PlayStation 2 icon.png PlayStation 2
Game Boy Advance icon.png Game Boy Advance
Genre(s)Tennis
ModesSingle player, Multiplayer
Rating(s)ESRB Everyone ELSPA Ages 3+
LinksVirtua Tennis 2 ChannelSearchSearch

Virtua Tennis 2 (known as Tennis 2K2 in the United States and Power Smash 2 in Japan) is a sequel to Virtua Tennis that was released for the Sega Dreamcast, Sega NAOMI arcade unit and Sony's PlayStation 2 (known as Sega Sports Tennis) in 2001. New features included the ability to slice and play as female players such as Seles, Serena Williams, Venus Williams and Davenport and the males such as Rafter, Norman, Enqvist and Moya and mixed doubles matches. The game was created and produced by Hitmaker, with Acclaim Entertainment publishing it in Europe for the PS2. This was the last Virtua Tennis game to be released for the Dreamcast following it's discontinuation. A Game Boy Advance version, known simply as Virtua Tennis, was released in 2002.


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