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New Nintendo Switch Sports Commercial Stars Tennis ace Lleyton Hewitt and Son Cruz

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Nintendo has a long history of employing some famous faces to promote its games, and with something like Nintendo Switch Sports it’s the perfect opportunity to partner with some big sports names. And that’s exactly what Nintendo did in Australia.

Lleyton Hewitt, Australian tennis player and former world No. 1 who won the US Open in 2001 and Wimbledon the following year, has teamed up with Big N to show everyone how to hit a ball on the court.

Along with his son Cruz, who is a tennis champion in his own right after winning the junior clay court title in Canberra in 2021, Lleyton demonstrates the motion controls and two-player mode of the upcoming sports game. And Cruz is definitely showing him how. The pair also went bowling together, with Lleyton getting the last laugh.

Other celebrities Nintendo has employed over the years include Serena Williams for Mario Tennis Aces and Just Dance 2021, Christina Aguilera for the Switch itself, and of course Robin and Zelda Williams back then.

Nintendo Switch Sports is only a week away and we’ve had some hands-on time with the game. From the time we’ve had with it so far we think it has great highs but disappointing lows, but we hope the full release will allay those concerns!

Will you be picking up Switch Sports on April 29th? let us know.

https://www.nintendolife.com/news/2022/04/new-nintendo-switch-sports-commercial-stars-tennis-ace-lleyton-hewitt-and-son-cruz New Nintendo Switch Sports Commercial Stars Tennis ace Lleyton Hewitt and Son Cruz

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