Oh boy. I remember when this series use to be around in the arcades from SEGA back in the late 90s. Releasing in just 5 days for the U.S. (already released in Aussie land for some reason), Virtua Tennis 4 continues the franchise with added twist: all current generation consoles now support motion-type gameplay. With Playstation Move support for the PS3, Kinect support for the Xbox 360, and Wii MotionPlus for the Wii console, this game will probably get you off your couch (if you're so inclined).
Featuring 22 well known world-class tennis players with recent greats to legendary players such as Jim Courier (the PS3 gets an exclusive three more legendary players: Boris Becker, Stefan Edberg, and Patrick Rafter). Developed by Sega-AM3, if the game is anythign like the previous Virtua Tennis series, it should be a very enjoyable game for any tennis fan (and with the new get-up-and-move motion support, most likely a joy for any other gamers too).