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The Prince of Tennis Vol. 40: The Prince Who Forgot Tennis

The Prince of Tennis Volume 40

The Prince Who Forgot Tennis
The match between Seishun captain Tezuka and Rikkai's Sanada blares on. Sanada takes his captain's advice and attacks Tezuka where he's most vulnerable. Has the captain of Seishun finally met his doom? Next, Kaoru and Sadaharu take on Rikkai's lethal pair. When they target Sadaharu, Kaoru has to pull out his Gyro Laser Beam to save the match. And Ryoma finally arrives at the arena! Unfortunately for Seishun, he's got a wicked case of amnesia.
Takeshi Konomi
187 Pages
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You've Reached The End

You've read Volume 40. Now check out Volume 41!

The Prince of Tennis Vol. 41: Final Showdown! The Prince vs. the Child of the Gods

Final Showdown! The Prince vs. the Child of the Gods

The Prince of Tennis Vol. 41

Shusuke battles Rikkai's Nio, the tricky “Con Artist of the Court.” Just when it looks like Shusuke will be able to thwart Nio's devious ploy, Nio pulls a punch that goes straight for Shusuke's weakness. Meanwhile, Momo is doing everything he can to help Ryoma overcome his amnesia in time to face the dreaded Seiichi Yukimura, aka the “Child of the Gods.” Will Ryoma recover in time?
185 Pages
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