Grand Slam: World Class Tennis is a tennis simulation in which the player has the opportunity to participate in the four grand slam tournaments which consist of three matches each.
While the mouse-controls itself offer no surprises, the player needs to click at the right time to start a hit and depending on the ball and athlete position either a forehand or backhand is played. There are a variety of factors which influence the match: The court surface and weather influences the ball movement and the chosen racket influence the hitting. Additionally there is the option to complain against a referee decision and a practice mode in which the match settings can be changed.
MacroMind Inc. for the initial development of the program, Mike Ferguson (for his commitment and support), David Minor (for his vision and hard work), Ed Rose (for his technical brilliance), Phil Porter (for his dazzling graphics and wonderful animation), Shel Greene (for taking care of things), members of BMUG [Berkeley Macintosh Users Group] for their support, Mollyanne Maremaa (whose idea it was)