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The Prince of Tennis Vol. 9: Take Aim!

The Prince of Tennis Volume 9

Take Aim!
The much-anticipated match between Seishun Academy 's Ryoma Echizen and St. Rudolph's Yuta is underway, and neither of them is giving in to each other's intimidation techniques. Upon orders from Hajime, St. Rudolph's cunning team manager, Yuta must aim for Ryoma's left eye, which was accidentally injured during his previous match. Battling all odds to secure his team's victory--as well as his own on-court safety--can Ryoma formulate a strategy to tame Yuta's killer twist spin shot? And is Yuta really that evil?
Takeshi Konomi
183 Pages
$6.99

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You've Reached The End

You've read Volume 9. Now check out Volume 10!

The Prince of Tennis Vol. 10: Seize the Moment!

Seize the Moment!

The Prince of Tennis Vol. 10

In preparation for the City Tournament, Seishun Academy's team captain Kunimitsu Tezuka decides to hold intra-squad games. It's a routine way for the team players to get some much-needed practice matches, but it's all fun and games until someone's competitive nature surfaces. Ryoma is pitted against Shusuke, and Ryoma wastes no time in putting on the pressure against his teammate. But with his tenacious strategy known as "Higuma Otoshi" (Bear Hunt), Shusuke's got a few tricks of his own....
177 Pages
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