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[top]Overview

Players: 1-4 (only 1 is required for trophies)
Online Trophies: Playing with the big boys, Have a tissue, pal!
Cheat Codes Affect Trophies: N/A
Estimated Time to Platinum: 20 hours
Minimum Playthroughs: 1
Collectible Trophies: N/A
Missable Trophies: N/A
Glitched Trophies: N/A
Special Equipment Required: (1) PS Move Controller, PS Eye
Online Pass Required: No


[top]Introduction

Welcome to Racquet Sports! This launch title for the PlayStation Move features Tennis, Badminton, Squash, Beach Tennis, and Table Tennis. Get ready to work out your dominant arm!


[top]Tips and Strategies

General tips
When starting the game each time, you will have an opportunity to choose whether you want to play using Basic or Advanced controls. In the Basic control scheme, your character will automatically run to wherever the ball is placed and your hit will always land on the court. In the Advanced control scheme, you will need to place your controller on the correct side of your body in order for your character to run to the ball (they will be heavily slowed down if you don't). However, Advanced controls allow you to perform Risky Shots, which are necessary in Tennis, Squash, and Table Tennis in order for you to place the ball in a location that is un-returnable for your opponent. To perform a Risky Shot, press T on your controller while swinging. If your swing angle is poor or your timing is off, then you could hit the ball out of bounds, but Risky Shots will help you hit the ball into corners where your opponents cannot return them. You do not need to hold T and do a Risky Shot on every hit. Only use them when you think it will give you an advantage. In the trophy descriptions below, I have listed which control schemes you should use. However, you can only set this up when you start the game each time, so if you are planning to do a marathon session it is probably best to just pick Advanced, or quit to the XMB and restart when you want to play a sport that requires a different control scheme.

The other important tip is to know how to control the power of your shot. A long shot, or power shot, is one that is towards the back of the court, and requires you to swing quickly and firmly. A drop shot is a soft shot, done with as little power as you can (with the game still registering your movement). It is generally a lot easier to do a cross-court drop shot, especially with your forehand, than to do a drop shot that is straight ahead.

IMPORTANT: If you want to be as efficient as possible, make sure you reset matches before you lose! Losing a match will cost you quite a bit of time and in some cases might force you to re-do an entire season. If you are in danger of losing a match (for example, your opponent is at match point), press Start and then select "Quit to Game Menu". A warning will come up saying you will lose your Event progress, but that is not true. Instead, you only lose your match progress (which is what you want anyway). Go back into your chosen sport and you will be right where you left off with another chance to beat your opponent. It is important to restart whenever your opponent is at match point, because the game sometimes will not register your movements, and once you lose the final point, you are out of luck since the game auto-saves at that point.

Tennis tips

Tennis is probably the most difficult sport, but it is certainly not insurmountable. The best strategy is to draw your opponent close to the net, and then do a Risky Shot past them on the other side of the court. Here is the best way to do that:

1) Get to a position where you are near the net, returning a drop shot. These should come up fairly often if you keep doing cross court power hits, using a Risky Shot when you feel it's safe. If you are returning a serve, do a cross-court drop shot right away if you can.
2) Do a cross-court drop shot (easiest with forehand but can be done with either). Swing the controller lightly across your body without doing a Risky Shot. Your opponent will have to run up to the net and will probably hit it straight ahead towards the back of your court. Move your controller to get into position to return.
3) Do a cross-court long shot, holding the T button down to do a Risky Shot. If you do this right, it should sail past your opponent. If they return it, do another cross court power shot. The key is that they have to stay close to the net.

The other strategy is to keep hitting long, Risky Shots to alternate sides of the court, which works well for the Amateur and Professional leagues. It has mixed results on the Masters league, though.

Badminton tips

Badminton is the easiest sport and shouldn't give you any trouble at all until the Masters league. The best strategy is to get your opponent to hit it softly so you can slam it down. Here is the best way to do that:

1) If you are serving, do a drop (soft) serve. Your opponent will likely not be able to return it very hard.
2) Keep slamming down to opposite sides of the court until you win. To do a slam, bring the controller up over your head and hit it down and across your body. When your opponent returns a slam, it will always be a gentle lob, setting you up to slam again.

Squash tips

Squash will be the most difficult sport if you don't take advantage of drop shots. Your opponent will be able to return almost every shot you make, especially in the higher leagues. The best strategy is to get your opponent into one of the back corners and then do your own drop shot. Here is how to do that:

1) Return normally, trying to angle the ball so it ends up towards a corner (easiest on your forehand side). Play around with shot power to manipulate your opponent's location.
2) Once you are near the corner, hit a long shot straight (have your controller horizontal and swing straight forward). It should not bounce off the side walls at all but should be very close.
3) Your opponent will return it, but it should slide or bounce along the side wall and lose most of its power, essentially turning their ball into a drop shot.
4) Run up to the ball and hit a cross-court drop shot. You don't have to worry about hitting it really softly, but don't smash it either. Because you are so close to the front wall, it should bounce twice at the very front of the court before your opponent gets to it.

I had a lot of trouble with Squash until I figured out this strategy, but as long as you play it safe, you should hardly ever lose a point. Once I had this mastered, I was winning the Private Cups and final matches 11-2 or 11-3.

Beach Tennis tips

Beach Tennis is fairly easy and in many respects is similar to Badminton. You should be able to use the same slam strategy outlined in that section. The only difference is that the play is a bit faster and you will have to move around more. Keeping your controls in Basic mode should help, and Risky Shots are not needed. Try to return your opponent's serves with drop shots so they can't slam their next hit.

Table Tennis tips

Table Tennis has the fastest pace of any of the included sports and is therefore the most tiring, but you will hardly ever have to worry about a ball being unreachable. Here is the best strategy to win the point:

1) Keep hitting hard to alternate sides of the court. On the lower leagues I was doing a Risky Shot every time with good results, but I seemed to get a lot more out of bounds hits on the Masters league. I saved the Risky Shots for my slams instead.
2) When your opponent does a soft or high shot, time to hit at the peak of the arc and do a cross-court slam using a Risky Shot. Repeat as necessary, but in most cases your opponent will not be able to return this.

One important thing to note is that it can be kind of confusing whether or not you are supposed to hit with your forehand or backhand (since you can't see your character). Watch your paddle carefully to tell. Most of the times I lost points were due to hitting on the wrong side, or mistiming a return using a Risky Shot, which caused it to go out of bounds.


[top]Roadmap

1). Play through the career mode in each of the 5 sports. Your progress is saved for EACH character, so make sure to stick with one character per sport if you don't want to replay the lower leagues. During this stage you should aim to earn all of the hope, pro, star, and legend trophies for each sport, as well as Hairdresser, Fashion victim, and Racquet collector. Play through the Amateur league, the Professional league, and the Masters league in order to do this. You can skip the Private Cup in the Amateur and Professional leagues, but you MUST play and win the two Private Cup matches in the Masters league in order to get the legend trophy for each sport.

2). Complete training mode. This will net you Winning streak, which is probably the most difficult trophy in the game. You will need to get 10 hits correctly placed in a row on each sport. Earning this trophy will also unlock Coach if you'd like to play as her in the career mode, but she does not get any bonuses so this is just personal preference.

3). Knock out the online trophies. The online for this game was never very robust, so you will assuredly have to boost the two trophies Playing with the big boys and Have a tissue, pal! Check out the boosting thread to find a partner.

4). Trophy clean-up. You will likely have all of the remaining trophies after completing the career, but there are special shots in each sport that may elude you, as well as trophies related to Risky Shots.


[top]Trophies

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Platinum
Win all trophies in Racquet Sports

Obtain all of the trophies, and then rest your arm because it's probably a bit sore!

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Hairdresser
Unlock all haircuts for all the characters

This will be earned automatically as you progress through the game. After each match you play (win or lose) you will unlock either a haircut or an outfit. After 30 or 40 matches (not even half the matches you are required to do), you will have earned them all.

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Fashion victim
Unlock all outfits for all the characters

This will be earned automatically as you progress through the game. After each match you play (win or lose) you will unlock either an outfit or a haircut. After 30 or 40 matches (not even half the matches you are required to do), you will have earned them all.

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Racquet collector
Unlock all the racquets in the Career

You earn racquets for winning leagues. As such, this will probably be the last trophy you earn. After you win the masters league in your final sport, this trophy will unlock.

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Tennis hope
Win the Amateur league in Tennis with any character

Recommended control scheme: Advanced

Pick a character, head to career mode and choose Tennis. Each season consists of 5 events (3 tournaments and 2 private cups). At the end of the season, you will need to have the highest point total in order to win the league and move on to the next one. In Amateur league, you can decline invitations to the private cup since they do not give you any points. Additionally, if you win the first two tournaments (Events 1 & 3), you can purposely lose in the first match of the third tournament (Event 5) while still winning the league. Check out the Tips & Strategies section for advice on beating the competition in Tennis.

Point values
First round: 60 pts
Quarterfinal: 125 pts
Semi-final: 250 pts
Final: 500 pts
Total: 935 pts

If you win the first two tournaments, you will be at 1870 points, 1000 points ahead of anyone else. Since the max you can earn in a single tournament is 935 points, you can purposely lose the final tournament to save yourself some time.

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Badminton hope
Win the Amateur league in Badminton with any character

Recommended control scheme: Basic

Pick a character, head to career mode and choose Badminton. Each season consists of 5 events (3 tournaments and 2 private cups). At the end of the season, you will need to have the highest point total in order to win the league and move on to the next one. In Amateur league, you can decline invitations to the private cup since they do not give you any points. Additionally, if you win the first two tournaments (Events 1 & 3), you can purposely lose in the first match of the third tournament (Event 5) while still winning the league. Check out the Tips & Strategies section for advice on beating the competition in Badminton.

Point values
First round: 60 pts
Quarterfinal: 125 pts
Semi-final: 250 pts
Final: 500 pts
Total: 935 pts

If you win the first two tournaments, you will be at 1870 points, 1000 points ahead of anyone else. Since the max you can earn in a single tournament is 935 points, you can purposely lose the final tournament to save yourself some time.

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Squash hope
Win the Amateur league in Squash with any character

Recommended control scheme: Advanced

Pick a character, head to career mode and choose Squash. Each season consists of 5 events (3 tournaments and 2 private cups). At the end of the season, you will need to have the highest point total in order to win the league and move on to the next one. In Amateur league, you can decline invitations to the private cup since they do not give you any points. Additionally, if you win the first two tournaments (Events 1 & 3), you can purposely lose in the first match of the third tournament (Event 5) while still winning the league. Check out the Tips & Strategies section for advice on beating the competition in Squash.

Point values
First round: 60 pts
Quarterfinal: 125 pts
Semi-final: 250 pts
Final: 500 pts
Total: 935 pts

If you win the first two tournaments, you will be at 1870 points, 1000 points ahead of anyone else. Since the max you can earn in a single tournament is 935 points, you can purposely lose the final tournament to save yourself some time.

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Beach Tennis hope
Win the Amateur league in Beach Tennis with any character

Recommended control scheme: Basic

Pick a character, head to career mode and choose Beach Tennis. Each season consists of 5 events (3 tournaments and 2 private cups). At the end of the season, you will need to have the highest point total in order to win the league and move on to the next one. In Amateur league, you can decline invitations to the private cup since they do not give you any points. Additionally, if you win the first two tournaments (Events 1 & 3), you can purposely lose in the first match of the third tournament (Event 5) while still winning the league. Check out the Tips & Strategies section for advice on beating the competition in Beach Tennis.

Point values
First round: 60 pts
Quarterfinal: 125 pts
Semi-final: 250 pts
Final: 500 pts
Total: 935 pts

If you win the first two tournaments, you will be at 1870 points, 1000 points ahead of anyone else. Since the max you can earn in a single tournament is 935 points, you can purposely lose the final tournament to save yourself some time.

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Table Tennis hope
Win the Amateur league in Table Tennis with any character

Recommended control scheme: Advanced

Pick a character, head to career mode and choose Table Tennis. Each season consists of 5 events (3 tournaments and 2 private cups). At the end of the season, you will need to have the highest point total in order to win the league and move on to the next one. In Amateur league, you can decline invitations to the private cup since they do not give you any points. Additionally, if you win the first two tournaments (Events 1 & 3), you can purposely lose in the first match of the third tournament (Event 5) while still winning the league. Check out the Tips & Strategies section for advice on beating the competition in Table Tennis.

Point values
First round: 60 pts
Quarterfinal: 125 pts
Semi-final: 250 pts
Final: 500 pts
Total: 935 pts

If you win the first two tournaments, you will be at 1870 points, 1000 points ahead of anyone else. Since the max you can earn in a single tournament is 935 points, you can purposely lose the final tournament to save yourself some time.

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Tennis pro
Win the Professional league in Tennis with any character

Recommended control scheme: Advanced

After winning the Amateur league, you'll start the next season in the Professional league. The opponents here are a little more difficult, but shouldn't give you too much trouble. As with the Amateur league, go ahead and skip the Private Cup because it has no relevance to trophies or event points. Win Events 1 & 3 and throw the first match in Event 5 to nab the trophy. Check out the Tips & Strategies section for advice on beating the competition in Tennis.

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Badminton pro
Win the Professional league in Badminton with any character

Recommended control scheme: Basic

After winning the Amateur league, you'll start the next season in the Professional league. The opponents here are a little more difficult, but shouldn't give you too much trouble. As with the Amateur league, go ahead and skip the Private Cup because it has no relevance to trophies or event points. Win Events 1 & 3 and throw the first match in Event 5 to nab the trophy. Check out the Tips & Strategies section for advice on beating the competition in Badminton.

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Squash pro
Win the Professional league in Squash with any character

Recommended control scheme: Advanced

After winning the Amateur league, you'll start the next season in the Professional league. The opponents here are a little more difficult, but shouldn't give you too much trouble. As with the Amateur league, go ahead and skip the Private Cup because it has no relevance to trophies or event points. Win Events 1 & 3 and throw the first match in Event 5 to nab the trophy. Check out the Tips & Strategies section for advice on beating the competition in Squash.

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Beach Tennis pro
Win the Professional league in Beach Tennis with any character

Recommended control scheme: Basic

After winning the Amateur league, you'll start the next season in the Professional league. The opponents here are a little more difficult, but shouldn't give you too much trouble. As with the Amateur league, go ahead and skip the Private Cup because it has no relevance to trophies or event points. Win Events 1 & 3 and throw the first match in Event 5 to nab the trophy. Check out the Tips & Strategies section for advice on beating the competition in Beach Tennis.

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Table Tennis pro
Win the Professional league in Table Tennis with any character

Recommended control scheme: Advanced

After winning the Amateur league, you'll start the next season in the Professional league. The opponents here are a little more difficult, but shouldn't give you too much trouble. As with the Amateur league, go ahead and skip the Private Cup because it has no relevance to trophies or event points. Win Events 1 & 3 and throw the first match in Event 5 to nab the trophy. Check out the Tips & Strategies section for advice on beating the competition in Table Tennis.

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Tennis star
Win the Masters league in Tennis with any character

See Tennis legend for trophy information, as you'll do both trophies concurrently.

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Badminton star
Win the Masters league in Badminton with any character

See Badminton legend for trophy information, as you'll do both trophies concurrently.

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Squash star
Win the Masters league in Squash with any character

See Squash legend for trophy information, as you'll do both trophies concurrently.

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Beach Tennis star
Win the Masters league in Beach Tennis with any character

See Beach Tennis legend for trophy information, as you'll do both trophies concurrently.

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Table Tennis star
Win the Masters league in Table Tennis with any character

See Table Tennis legend for trophy information, as you'll do both trophies concurrently.

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Tennis legend
Finish first in a Tennis Masters season and win the Private Cup with any character

Recommended control scheme: Advanced

After winning the Professional league, you'll start the next season in the Masters league. The first round, quarterfinal, and semi-final opponents are about the same difficulty as they are in the Professional league, but the final opponent is quite a bit harder as they can reach most of the shots you play. This time, you MUST accept the invitation for the Private Cup and win them both (Events 2 & 4) in order to earn the trophy. The Private Cup is a single match and is about the same difficulty as a final opponent. Private Cups feature different locations, sometimes with distracting scenery, and have different music from the rest of the game. Remember that you can always quit out of individual matches by pressing Start. You can then replay that specific match without losing any progress. Make sure to do this ANY time your opponent is at match point, because you don't want to risk the game not picking up your wand movements and letting the ball double bounce, forcing you to start the season over again. Win Events 1, 2, 3, and 4 and throw the first match in Event 5 to nab both star and legend trophies at once. Check out the Tips & Strategies section for advice on beating the competition in Tennis.

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Badminton legend
Finish first in a Badminton Masters season and win the Private Cup with any character

Recommended control scheme: Basic

After winning the Professional league, you'll start the next season in the Masters league. The first round, quarterfinal, and semi-final opponents are about the same difficulty as they are in the Professional league, but the final opponent is quite a bit harder as they can reach most of the shots you play. This time, you MUST accept the invitation for the Private Cup and win them both (Events 2 & 4) in order to earn the trophy. The Private Cup is a single match and is about the same difficulty as a final opponent. Private Cups feature different locations, sometimes with distracting scenery, and have different music from the rest of the game. Remember that you can always quit out of individual matches by pressing Start. You can then replay that specific match without losing any progress. Make sure to do this ANY time your opponent is at match point, because you don't want to risk the game not picking up your wand movements and letting the ball hit the ground, forcing you to start the season over again. Win Events 1, 2, 3, and 4 and throw the first match in Event 5 to nab both star and legend trophies at once. Check out the Tips & Strategies section for advice on beating the competition in Badminton.

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Squash legend
Finish first in a Squash Masters season and win the Private Cup with any character

Recommended control scheme: Advanced

After winning the Professional league, you'll start the next season in the Masters league. The first round, quarterfinal, and semi-final opponents are about the same difficulty as they are in the Professional league, but the final opponent is quite a bit harder as they can reach most of the shots you play. This time, you MUST accept the invitation for the Private Cup and win them both (Events 2 & 4) in order to earn the trophy. The Private Cup is a single match and is about the same difficulty as a final opponent. Private Cups feature different locations, sometimes with distracting scenery, and have different music from the rest of the game. Remember that you can always quit out of individual matches by pressing Start. You can then replay that specific match without losing any progress. Make sure to do this ANY time your opponent is at match point, because you don't want to risk the game not picking up your wand movements and letting the ball double bounce, forcing you to start the season over again. Win Events 1, 2, 3, and 4 and throw the first match in Event 5 to nab both star and legend trophies at once. Check out the Tips & Strategies section for advice on beating the competition in Squash.

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Beach Tennis legend
Finish first in a Beach Tennis Masters season and win the Private Cup with any character

Recommended control scheme: Basic

After winning the Professional league, you'll start the next season in the Masters league. The first round, quarterfinal, and semi-final opponents are about the same difficulty as they are in the Professional league, but the final opponent is quite a bit harder as they can reach most of the shots you play. This time, you MUST accept the invitation for the Private Cup and win them both (Events 2 & 4) in order to earn the trophy. The Private Cup is a single match and is about the same difficulty as a final opponent. Private Cups feature different locations, sometimes with distracting scenery, and have different music from the rest of the game. Remember that you can always quit out of individual matches by pressing Start. You can then replay that specific match without losing any progress. Make sure to do this ANY time your opponent is at match point, because you don't want to risk the game not picking up your wand movements and letting the ball hit the ground, forcing you to start the season over again. Win Events 1, 2, 3, and 4 and throw the first match in Event 5 to nab both star and legend trophies at once. Check out the Tips & Strategies section for advice on beating the competition in Beach Tennis.

Important: If you are tied at 40-40 in Beach Tennis, the game will say you are at Deuce. However, you do NOT need to win by two in Beach Tennis, so be aware if your opponent is at match point!

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Table Tennis legend
Finish first in a Table Tennis Masters season and win the Private Cup with any character

Recommended control scheme: Advanced

After winning the Professional league, you'll start the next season in the Masters league. The first round, quarterfinal, and semi-final opponents are about the same difficulty as they are in the Professional league, but the final opponent is quite a bit harder as they can reach most of the shots you play. This time, you MUST accept the invitation for the Private Cup and win them both (Events 2 & 4) in order to earn the trophy. The Private Cup is a single match and is about the same difficulty as a final opponent. Private Cups feature different locations, sometimes with distracting scenery, and have different music from the rest of the game. Remember that you can always quit out of individual matches by pressing Start. You can then replay that specific match without losing any progress. Make sure to do this ANY time your opponent is at match point, because you don't want to risk the game not picking up your wand movements and letting the ball double bounce, forcing you to start the season over again. Win Events 1, 2, 3, and 4 and throw the first match in Event 5 to nab both star and legend trophies at once. Check out the Tips & Strategies section for advice on beating the competition in Table Tennis.

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Not a matter of luck
In Tennis, perform 3 successful Risky Shots in a row

You will need to start the game in the Advanced control scheme in order to do this trophy. Simply hold the T button while swinging to do a Risky Shot. If your swing angle is off or you hit the ball too hard, then the ball can go out of bounds for a fault. You will need your opponent to return these shots in order to do 3 in a row, so don't put it in a corner! Just hit it nice and easy in the middle of the court.

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Icing on the cake!
In any sport, win a match point with a successful Risky Shot

This is fairly easy in any sport, but especially so in Tennis, Squash, and Table Tennis, since you will usually need to do a Risky Shot in order to win the point. Just hold the T button during every hit you make when you are at match point, and if you win, the trophy will unlock.

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Human 1 - Machine 0
In any sport, win a match against the computer with the computer scoring zero points

You will likely unlock this trophy without even trying, especially on the Amateur league. The easiest sport to get this on is probably Badminton, using Basic controls, since you can easily slam the shuttle down and win the point practically every time.

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Playing with the big boys
Win 25 online ranked matches

After starting up the game and selecting your character, select to play online. The online multiplayer is completely dead, so you will need a boosting partner. Find a partner in the boosting thread and play them. Take turns winning 5 matches apiece and eventually this trophy will unlock. After each match, you can select "Rematch" so you can continue playing and racking up wins. I recommend getting this trophy on Beach Tennis or Badminton. Beach Tennis requires fewer points per victory but both players have to be present because the serving player switches after each game. Badminton requires more points but one player can be afk or not paying attention for the majority of the match. This trophy takes about 2 hours for two players to boost from start to finish. I have heard that the trophy may not unlock if you earn the wins piecemeal, i.e. 2-3 wins per session, so boosting it in one go is definitely recommended.

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Have a tissue, pal!
Win an online match in which your opponent scores zero points (official matches only)

If you boost the online trophies in the way described above in Playing with the big boys , then you should get this without a problem. Make sure to play in "Official match" mode since there are two options (and make sure your boosting opponent does the same so you can find each other's game!).

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Winning streak
In training mode, achieve a longest series record of at least 10 in every sport

This is probably the most difficult trophy in the game and will likely take you at least a couple hours. I recommend starting the game in the Basic control scheme for this trophy since Risky Shots are no help here. Try to stand directly in line with the PS Eye at the optimum distance (2.5m / 8 ft), and it may help to turn the lights off so the Eye can see the glowing bulb on your wand better, depending on your setup. Your goal is to return Coach's serves into the highlighted spots 10 times in a row in each sport. For cross-court shots, swing the controller across your body. For same-court shots, hold your controller horizontally on one side of your body (backhand or forehand) and push it directly forward. Your power is important as well in order to place the ball or shuttle accurately. Keep working on controlling your movements and eventually you will earn the trophy. Mastering your ball control will help you with the career as well. The placement of the target regions is random so some luck is required. In Tennis, sometimes the target hovers over the back of the court in the middle, which is a very difficult spot to hit. The easiest sport for achieving a 10 hit streak is probably Badminton, and the hardest is Tennis. Good luck!

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Net fishing?
In Tennis, put the ball into the net

Putting the ball in the net is a somewhat random occurrence that can only happen when you are in Advanced control mode. I would recommend playing the Tennis career all the way through and you may end up earning it randomly, as I did. If you have not earned it by then, head to an Exhibition match and play the net as much as you can (holding down X will draw your character to the net). Try and hit the ball before it bounces on your side with low power using a Risky Shot, as this will give you the highest probability.

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Satellite launched!
In Badminton, send the shuttle really high in the sky

You will almost certainly win this trophy automatically during the Career mode, even using the Basic control scheme. The best way to hit the shuttle high into the sky is to hit it late, with a quick flick, when it is near the ground. During the Masters league final matches, your opponent will occasionally slam it pretty hard, and you will have to swing quickly in order to return it. My shuttle went way up high practically every time I returned a slam.

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Double bounce
In Table Tennis, score a point with the ball bouncing twice on the opponent's table

An actual double bounce on the opponent's table is quite rare, since your opponents can return almost every shot that is not a slam or a hit into the corner. Fortunately, this trophy actually seems to unlock the first time you win a point when the ball bounces twice on the opponent's side of the arena (which is every time). So I got this trophy the first time I won a point in Table Tennis. If this doesn't work for you, then you may actually have to do a double bounce. The best way is to hit a hard shot at the back of the opponent's side so they have to step back. Then, you'll need to mishit your next shot (hit it out of rhythm or with the side of your paddle) with low power just after it bounces. I have only been able to do this once, in the Masters league. You'll know you have mishit your shot because it makes a distinctly different sound.

Note: You can also boost this trophy online, or you can do it locally in two player mode if you have a second Move controller.

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Pinball freak
In Squash, perform a spectacular drop shot

You will definitely get this trophy while playing through the career, because you'll almost always need to do a drop shot in order to win the point, especially in the Masters league. I actually unlocked this trophy in Training mode (before playing Squash in the career) because one of the targets requires you to do a very soft drop shot.

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Till your arms drop
In Beach Tennis, play a rally lasting at least 20 shots

This trophy is best done in either the Amateur or Professional leagues, because your opponent is always just trying to get the ball over the net rather than put it out of reach for you. Just keep hitting the ball nice and easy using a straight (as opposed to cross-court) backhand or forehand shot until the trophy unlocks. Then slam the ball down their throat, just for effect.

Note: You can also boost this trophy locally in two-player mode if you have a second Move controller.



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