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The Prince of Tennis Vol. 33: Kunimitsu in Kyushu

The Prince of Tennis Volume 33

Kunimitsu in Kyushu
The National Tournament quarterfinals against Hyotei continue, with Kunimitsu facing power player Munehiro Kabaji. During the match Seishun's captain flashes back to his time in Kyushu and the road that led him to the Nationals. Later, it's a battle of the Golden Pairs: Ryo Shishido and Chotaro Ohtori versus Oishi and Eiji!
Takeshi Konomi
187 Pages
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The Prince of Tennis Vol. 34: Synchro

Synchro

The Prince of Tennis Vol. 34

Shuichiro and Eiji are down 3-6 at tie break in their quarterfinal match against Hyotei's Ohtori and Shishido. With their backs against the wall, the Golden Pair unveil their final technique: Synchro. And then it's down to the No. 1 Singles match, with all of Seishun's hopes resting on Ryoma's shoulders as he struggles against Hyotei's captain, Keigo Atobe.
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