Shin Tennis no Oujisama

The Prince of Tennis II

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Synonyms: New Prince of Tennis
Japanese: 新テニスの王子様
English: The Prince of Tennis II
German: The Prince of Tennis II
Spanish: Shin Tennis no Ōji-sama
French: The Prince of Tennis II
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Type: TV
Episodes: 13
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Jan 5, 2012 to Mar 29, 2012
Premiered: Winter 2012
Broadcast: Unknown
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: Production I.G, M.S.C
Source: Manga
Genre: SportsSports
Theme: SchoolSchool
Demographic: ShounenShounen
Duration: 23 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older


Score: 7.541 (scored by 3111531,115 users)
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Ranked: #16682
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Popularity: #2706
Members: 63,493
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Ryouma Echizen is one of 50 nationally ranked middle school tennis players to receive an invitation for the Japan U-17 tennis training camp. Previously open only to high school players, the exclusive regiment trains the best players in the country for the upcoming U-17 World Cup. The high schoolers are not pleased that these middle schoolers are allowed into the camp, but the middle schoolers easily overwhelm them before they are halted by the coaches.

The rules of the camp are soon explained: the players are split into one of 16 courts based on skill, with the best players occupying Court 1. Players move up and down courts based on "shuffle matches" that occur before practice begins each day. In anticipation of a game, the middle schoolers are asked to pair up with one another, only to find out that they would not be playing doubles with their partners. Instead, they are pitted against each other in a tiebreaker-style game. The winner of the match would be allowed to stay to further develop their skills whereas the loser would be sent home.

For the sake of tennis, friendships and camaraderie are all put on the line. As the fierce competition between the middle and high schoolers persists, the situations they find themselves in goes deeper than just playing to remain in the camp.

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Yamamoto, Hideyo
Director, Storyboard
Hiramitsu, Takuya
Sound Director
Tada, Shunsuke
Episode Director
Kitaya, Mitsuru
Episode Director


Opening Theme

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"Mirai no Bokura e (未来の僕らへ)" by Norimasa Fujisawa

Ending Theme

"ENJOY" by Amikyuu Danji, Fukuyama Jun, Minagawa Junko, Morikubo Shoutarou, Okiayu Ryoutarou, Sugimoto Yuu, Takahashi Naozumi


Feb 27, 2015
I highly suggest that you watch Prince of Tennis and its National Tournament OVAs before watching New Prince of Tennis.

I loved the original Prince of Tennis (and National Tournament OVAs) and finished it in about three weeks a while ago. The New Prince of Tennis is had a completely different atmosphere that I didn't expect.

Story [7]: The story was acceptable. 50 middle school representatives from the national champions go to the U-17 Japanese representative camp against high school students. I thought it was interesting at first, except when that started to change further in. Then, the story started going downhill from there. I nearly ...
May 21, 2012
Mixed Feelings
It's been a while since I watched Prince of Tennis. Good to see this new series, albeit a short one.

Just for starter, everybody is in this series, and I mean everybody, from Tezuka to Atobe,. The series rely on your familiarity of PoT in general. Oh, they are also adding the high school players. This may alienate new viewers, but the story is fairly simple that it shouldn't be a big issue. Just don't expect much. It's only 13 episodes.

And that's where the story is a bit of a letdown. The opening made it seem like they would form a new "ultimate" team at the ...
Sep 21, 2020
Overall review: 4.15

Story: 3

The reality is that Tennis no Ouji-sama has become the fruit you want to continue squeezing, even when you have already extracted all the juice and you end up settling just by tasting the seed. It is no longer what it used to be in its previous seasons, the plot itself of this new adaptation is very basic and simply happens for the convenience of the show and wants to extend something more than necessary.
This time we are introduced to our Seigaku team to attend a special invitation training camp of the U-17 national team. At first glance one could say that ...

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