Jan 12, 2012

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New Prince of Tennis episode 02

It is finally starting to sink in; Price of Tennis is back! We’ve had a rough few couple of days behind us now, but good times are ahead of us. The blog is running smooth again, I’ve restored most of the lost posts and images and we get to enjoy all these new shows!

It doesn’t happen too often, but Ryoma is actually agitated by that guy on the first court. He seems to be thinking about what happened between them. That guy will get himself in to trouble he doesn’t relax soon.

It’s not all bad though, as Ryoma and his team has made their presence known during the get-a-ball-or-your-out-test. This resulted in things now going less than smoothly. Nobody wants to play against them, nobody wants to be in contact with them and nobody just seems to care.

Still, they wanted to see a match, so they got one! Takeshi was up against a guy that obtained the nickname “gatekeeper of hell” during his time his time there. That five-courter’s nickname was because he managed to stand his ground every time while letting very few balls through. Takeshi was completely outmatched, he even lost the use of his wrists while taking the opponent’s Jack Knife.

The rest have probably realized that this level of tennis is still beyond their years, so they will have to try extra hard to keep up, let alone win. Takeshi tried his hardest, but he couldn’t even get one point. It goes to show just how big the difference is.

Ryoma did not take this easily. He’s made up his mind to go after the strongest player there, merely to prove that they’re more than just middle schoolers. He decided to go pay a visit to this god of tennis in order to challenge him. He accepted a challenge in order to obtain the whereabouts of his court together with that hyperactive kid.

It’s only to be expected that this how starts out with a whole lot of action. The prequel was like that as well, so this comes as no surprise. I can’t wait to see what happens next though!

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