For detailed information about this series, see: Mario Tennis at Super Mario Wiki
8 games have been released:
- Mario's Tennis (July 21, 1995), Virtual Boy. Being a prototype of sorts is sometimes not considered an actual part of the series.
- Mario Tennis 64 (July 21, 2000), Nintendo 64. Simply called Mario Tennis outside Japan. Re-released in 2010 for Wii Virtual Console and in 2015 for Wii U Virtual Console.
- Mario Tennis GB (December 1, 2000), Game Boy Color. Simply called Mario Tennis outside Japan. Re-released in 2013 for 3DS Virtual Console.
- Mario Power Tennis (October 28, 2004), GameCube. Re-released in 2009 for the Wii in the New Play Control! series.
- Mario Tennis: Power Tour (September 13, 2005), Game Boy Advance.
- Mario Tennis Open (May 20, 2012), Nintendo 3DS.
- Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash (November 20, 2015), Wii U.
- Mario Tennis Aces (June 22, 2018), Nintendo Switch.
Links to other series
Mascot link: Miis are selectable characters in Mario Tennis Open.
|Donkey Kong||July 21, 1995||Characters and places from the Donkey Kong series are featured in all Mario Tennis games.||1
|Paper Mario||August 11, 2000||Luigi's Diary in Paper Mario features a reference to the Mario Tennis series.||1
|Super Smash Bros.||November 21, 2001||In Super Smash Bros. Melee Princess Peach fights using a racket from the Mario Tennis series, while Waluigi from Mario Tennis is an Assist Trophy in Brawl; there also is a trophy of Wauigi from Mario Tennis in Melee and the series is also referenced in Birdo's trophy, while Brawl features five stickers from the Mario Tennis series and the series is referenced in Mario's and Boo's trophies. Additionally, Bowser's and Yoshi's moves in Mario Power Tennis are based on their moves from the Super Smash Bros. series.||1
|Luigi||October 28, 2004||Mario Power Tennis features a court set in Luigi's Mansion.||1
|Mario Bros.||October 28, 2004||Mario Power Tennis features a court with elements from Mario Bros.||1
|Angry Video Game Nerd||February 19, 2008||The Angry Video Game Nerd reviews Mario's Tennis in the episode "Virtual Boy".||2
|Super Mario||November 20, 2015||The Green Sprixie Princess from Super Mario 3D World is unlockable in Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash.||1|