As fun as this arcade-style tennis game may be, it's hard not to think it could've easily been a lot more interesting. In Tennis Clash: Fun Sports, you use simple touch controls to play tennis against other online players. But while the touch controls may not be complicated, they are versatile, as they let you place your shots, decide how hard to hit them, and where on the court to be when you do (though it does a good job of putting you where you should be, anyway). This also teaches you the rules of the sport, and follows them exactly. This isn't like when Mario and his friends play tennis; there's no flaming tennis balls or other cartoony hi-jinks.
That said, there are aspects of this game that could've used such cleverness better. For starters, letting you customize your character, instead of offering pre-made ones you can buy from the store, would've made this more fun. And that goes double if, by playing, you could earn upgrades to your custom character. This could also use an option to let you play against the computer, and to pause the game when you do. Instead, you have no recourse if the pizza arrives when you're in the middle of a match, since there's a penalty if you don't serve before the timer clicks down. It also would've been nice if the settings menu wasn't so hard to find, especially since the music is just awful. But even with such faults, Tennis Clash: Fun Sports is still a fun diversion whether you're a lifelong member of a tennis club or just someone who likes to play Pong.