If you’re out to swing a bat with a smartwatch strapped to your limb, then check out our list of the best tennis apps for the Apple Watch..

Tennis Plus

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Tennis Plus is the most advanced tennis app for the Apple Watch to date.

Before the arrival of WatchOS 2, third-party apps were not permitted to process and gather data from the motion sensors. Now that’s possible, the makers of Tennis Plus have included tracking metrics into their app. They said “Some concepts of tennis trackers were around already, but none were actually realized. However, Tennis Plus is real and available now.”

The makers of Tennis Plus believe their app is advanced enough to replace dedicated tennis trackers, if you own an Apple Watch, of course.

Main Features

 Shot breakdown – forehand, backhand, serve, smash, volley, slice, topspin, flat

 Swing analyzer – racket speed and ball spin

 Works for left and right-handed players

 Session history

 Energy efficient – below 5% CPU load

 HealthKit integrated activity tracking – steps and calories burned during your game.

App Size

 20.9 MB

Compatibility

 iOS 10.0 +

Price

 $5.99

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TennisKeeper

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With the TennisKeeper app you can log your sessions, whether you’re playing singles, doubles, practice, lessons, and cross training. The app will log your steps, distance, calorie output, and heart rate during your games.

TennisKeeper allows you to keep track of your match performance, scores, game analysis, strategies and techniques, head to head stats, and more. It also makes it easy for you to share your sessions on social media.

Main Features

 Performance tracking – number of swings, time on court, score card, aces, double faults, surfaces, tournaments and clubs.

 String tracking – advises when you need to re-string your racket.

 In-game activity tracking – steps, distance, calories, heart rate.

 Opponents – head to head stats, losses, wins.

App Size

 36.1 MB

Compatibility

 iOS 9.0 +

Price

 Free

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Tiebreak

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The Tiebreak app is described by its makers as “The first wearable app that helps you win matches.”

The app isn’t going to turn you into Roger Federer, but is does have some cool features to give you insights on which areas of your game can be improved.

After your first set, Tiebreak is already learning about your game and starts making recommendations. The more tennis you play, the smarter the app gets.

If Tiebreak learns that your game gets weaker as the match progresses, it will recommend endurance training. The app knows about your current game, and if you’re losing because of a certain stroke. It also learns about your opponent’s weaknesses and which shots you normally beat them with.

Main Features

 Easy point tracking by tapping your Apple Watch

 Insights into your strengths and weaknesses

 Pre-game data based on previous records with different opponents

 Real-time recommendations

 Personalized training

App Size

 34.7 MB

Compatibility

 iOS 9.0 +

Price

 Free

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Tennis Watch

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Tennis is such a great sport for clearing the mind of any jargon that might be circulating the Frontal Lobe. All you need to worry about is whipping that ball back over the net.. Blissful..

However, one thing that can interrupt the harmony of the peaceful game is a dispute over the score – if you don’t have an umpire, that is. One fine Summer’s day, I was enjoying a game with my friend William, otherwise known as “The Pig”, before a full-on feud broke out over the score. He said “Advantage Pig”, I said “Deuce”. The short version is, we ended up whacking balls at each other before zipping up our rackets and not playing again for the rest of the Summer.

According to The Pig’s “Bacon Diary” that happened in 2011. Maybe if we would’ve been keeping the score digitally on the Apple Watch, this altercation would never have happened. I blame Apple, for not releasing the Watch until 2015..

The Tennis Watch app could potentially prevent such a tense, on-court tribulation. It turns your Apple Watch into a simple and user-friendly score-keeping gizmo. All matches are stored on your iPhone for you to review.

Main Features

 Point by point score tracking

 Game by game score tracking

 Match history overview

 Match trends

 Break points won

 Tiebreaks won

 Service games won

 Singles and Doubles modes

 Works for paddle tennis

App Size

 59.0 MB

Compatibility

 iOS 9.0 +

Price

 £1.49

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WatchPoint

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The WatchPoint app makes easy work of keeping track of your game score, number of games and sets won. The easy to use app allows you to select the number of sets you’re about to play and simply tap on the winner’s score after each point to add it to the score.

Main Features

 Easy score keeping

App Size

 5.4 MB

Compatibility

 iOS 9.0 +

Price

 $1.99

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Best Tennis Score

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This app makes sharp work of keeping scores, with big, hard-to-miss buttons.

Main Features

 Easy score tracking

App Size

 10.8 MB

Compatibility

 iOS 8.3

Price

 Free

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Tennis Scoreboard

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“Tennis Scoreboard is scoreboard app for tennis game”.. Say no more.

Main Features

 Urmm… Scoreboard

 Serving indicator

 Score sharing

 Records aces, winners, and double faults

App Size

 8.4 MB

Compatibility

 iOS 8.2

Price

 Free

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TennisCore

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Score keeping made as easy as possible is the aim of this app. Just flip the wrist and tap on the bubbles to count the score.

Main Features

 Easy score keeping

 Ranking among TennisCore users

App Size

 13.9 MB

Compatibility

 iOS 8.0

Price

 Free

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More Score Keeping Apps

There are numerous other tennis apps for the Apple Watch that will keep track of your score, such as Tennis Watchcard and Deuce Tennis Score Keeper.

You will also find a load more scoring apps over at Watchaware.com

 

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