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New Prince of Tennis


Alternative Titles

English: The Prince of Tennis II
Synonyms: Shin Tennis no Ouji-sama
Japanese: 新テニスの王子様

Information

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
Duration: 23 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older

Statistics

Score: 7.651 (scored by 18,157 users)
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Ranked: #11972
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Popularity: #1755
Members: 34,838
Favorites: 192
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Episodes: /13
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Synopsis

It takes a lot to reach the top when it comes to tennis. No one knows that better than Ryouma Echizen, a young prodigy tennis player, and his teammates at the Seishun Academy. It was only because they pushed themselves to the limit, spending countless hours preparing for every pulse-pounding match, that they managed to claim victory in the All-Japan National Tournament.

New Prince of Tennis begins with Ryouma and his teammates heading to the U-17 Selection training camp, after receiving a special invitation due to their victory in the Nationals. The training camp is renowned for producing strong tennis players, so the boys of Seishun Academy can’t wait to take their game to the next level. However, not everyone is happy to have them among their ranks, and they’ll have to weather the intense training to prove they belong among the best of the up-and-coming players of their generation.

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Staff

Yamamoto, Hideyo
Director, Storyboard
Hiramitsu, Takuya
Sound Director
Tada, Shunsuke
Episode Director
Hirota, Mitsutaka
Script, Series Composition


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

Edit Ending Theme

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




More reviewsReviews

Apr 14, 2012
chiaokeli (All reviews)
I liked it. Prince of Tennis is one of my top favorite animes...but this new season...
STORY
The story is ok, there is a plot...sort of. It's pretty basic, and not very complicated. The comedy is not sidesplitting. The matches seem repeating, but the techniques they have now are not like the first anime; they make you go "oh cool", unlike the first season where I was beyond excitement.
What devastated me beyond repair is the ending. To not spoil anything, I will not go in detail. It is among the worst ending I have ever watched, and if it's not for the following reasons, I am really read more
Feb 27, 2015
cheokyeng (All reviews)
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 read more
Sep 22, 2013
HaiiroTama (All reviews)
*Disclaimer: I've already written a detailed review of Prince of Tennis. This is more or less an analysis of New Prince of Tennis, as it pertains to the original anime, so it's less structured and doesn't go in-depth on anything that isn't being compared to the original Prince of Tennis.*

To say that I had high hopes for New Prince of Tennis would be, you guessed it, an understatement. The original Prince of Tennis was not just an anime, it was THE anime, to me. It was that enigma that, despite seeming to be "just a sports anime," managed to capture my heart and rose above read more
Nov 2, 2012
Karpman (All reviews)
New Prince of Tennis. A sequel which should not have been born.

Don't get me wrong. I absolutely loved the series and am still reading the manga. But I am not here to rate and talk about the whole series. I am here to talk about this particular season, I am going to review the 13 episodes I watched.

The story starts off where the last one ended. Seigaku became national champion and almost all of its regular members have left. But where are we now? Now we suddenly are at a U-17 training camp for tennis. And this U-17 camp is for the representatives of Japan. read more

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