If you want to show Tim Henman and the rest how it should be done, you could a lot worse than Smash Court Tennis Pro Tournament 2. The sequel to Sony's popular 2002 title, Pro Tournament 2 includes a slew of famous names including Andy Roddick, Serena Williams, Ana Kournikova, and, yes, Tim Henman (but not Greg Rudeski). It also features all the major tennis tournaments with Wimbledon, the French Open, the US Open and the Australian Open. There're also six game modes, with a four-player (if you have a multi-tap) doubles mode and a Pro Tour Mode where you can create your own character, including controlling their appearance, and play them through a series of matches and championships instead of just pretending to be an existing star.
But any tennis game can offer all that. What makes Pro Tournament 2 the best on the PS2 is the simple yet versatile controls that don't overwhelm you with different buttons for every different shot and yet also avoid making things too simple with a one-button-fits-all approach. It may be just another tennis game, but Pro Tournament 2 is the best yet on the PS2 and the next best thing to being there in the summer season.