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The Prince of Tennis Vol. 31: A Surprise Strategy: Eiji Plays Singles

The Prince of Tennis Volume 31

A Surprise Strategy: Eiji Plays Singles
With Shuichiro out of play, the other half of Seishun's Golden Pair faces off against Higa's Yujiro Kai in No. 2 Singles. Can Eiji bring Seishun a victory without his partner's support? The final match of the round, No. 1 Singles, pits captain against captain: Kunimitsu, in his first game back from injury, versus Eishiro "Killer" Kite.
Takeshi Konomi
177 Pages
$6.99

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The Prince of Tennis Vol. 32: Two of a Cunning Kind

Two of a Cunning Kind

The Prince of Tennis Vol. 32

The National Tournament moves into the quarterfinal stage, and the Seishun players find themselves pitted against their old rivals, Hyotei. Kicking things off is the No. 3 Singles match between Momoshiro and Hyotei's resident "genius," Yushi Oshitari. Will all of Momo's strength and cunning be enough to defeat the "Player of a Thousand Techniques"?
171 Pages
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