After taking your first steps on the tennis court you'll want to up the ante on your performance. Practice will only get you so far in the competitive game of tennis. For that little extra edge you'll need to carefully choose your equipment.
The Gear menu is where you can see the general stats of your player, as well as the currently equipped gear. This gear can be changed by clicking on the piece you want to replace and then sliding to the desired item.
There will be a stat associated to every player or gear piece. This stat represents the sum of all the attributes of that piece. The higher the total stats, the better the performance inside a game.
To upgrade your player or items, you must acquire all the necessary amount of pieces and then use a certain amount of coins to complete the upgrade.
You will have the option to choose your: player, frame, strings, handle, ball, sneakers and wristbands.
There will be an extra option to change the outfit of your character. Stay tuned!
How to receive items and players?
Opening packs is the easiest and most standard way of acquiring players or items. Tournaments will also have such rewards.
There are several different packs in the game. Here we have a list from the highest quality to the lowest:
- Ultra Box: 1800 gems
- Mega Box: 1000 gems
- Gold Pack: 500 gems
- Super Pack: 250 gems
- Basic Pack: 125 gems
The higher the quality of the pack, the lower its drop chance upon wining matches. Boxes are exclusive to the Shop and offers and as such they are not obtainable through matches.
Besides the general rarity of the pack, the Tier you are currently in, will also be a factor determining the amount of cards/equipment contained in a pack.
There are a total of 5 Tiers, the Tier 5 being the highest one and the most desired since it augments the number of items a pack can contain to the maximum.
The Tier is tied to the Courts and decided based on the average of the last 10 matches played. To increase the Tier of your account, you must play in higher tiered Courts.
This means that even if you win all the time, but only play in a Tier 1 Court, you will remain in Tier 1.
There's a lot of surprises coming in the next few months and if you have any suggestions or feedback for us, do not hesitate to let us know!
Article is closed for comments.