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Topic: Grand Slam Tennis - Help Needed!

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Footsteps

I am totally addicted to the Wii Grand Slam Tennis game BUT it is driving me crazy! Returning serve on the left hand base line is usually okay but midway in a game my player refuses to move into the left base corner and the balls keep sailing past without any chance of reaching them. This makes the score and the result so meaningless that I have given up playing. I know you can use the nanchuck but this doesn't move the player fast enough to return (or am I not doing it right?) Has anybody else had this problem and have they found a solution? Otherwise it means sticking to doubles and hoping your professional partner can pick up enough points to overcome the novice's problem on the left base line. (Borg and I have beaten Becker and partner !)

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y2josh

You know you can position your player where you want them to be with the left and right on the D-pad? Otherwise, I have no clue.

y2josh

Footsteps

Absolutely! But in this case the player refuses to budge no matter how hard you press the pad! On other occasions it sprints over to the left base without prompting. It is almost as if the miss is programmed in and there is nothing you can do about it. Such a shame though as the game is brilliant apart from this annoying blip. But many thanks for your reply!

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This is what I found on GameFaqs.

Does this game support the Nunchuck?

Yes, when plugged in the Nunchuck allows you to move your player around the tennis court. Without the nunchuck the computer controls your players movement on the court.

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You know
I'm just like, I just, I know, it's bad
But I'm just like
Can I just like, hang off the back of your horse
And can you go a little faster?!

Footsteps

Ah! As a beginner I was advised not to use the Nunchuck until I had mastered the first steps. Perhaps I am now ready for the next stage? Will give it a try. The explanation of the computer controlling the movements makes complete sense. I hit some great shots (modesty!) which makes the obvious misses so frustrating. But maybe this is the reason. Many thanks.

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