Tennis no Ouji-sama: Zenkoku Taikai-hen - Final

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Synonyms: Prince of Tennis: The National Tournament Finals
Japanese: テニスの王子様 Original Video Animation 全国大会編 Final


Type: OVA
Episodes: 7
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: Apr 25, 2008 to Jan 23, 2009
Licensors: None found, add some
Studios: M.S.C
Source: Manga
Genres: ComedyComedy, SportsSports
Theme: SchoolSchool
Demographic: ShounenShounen
Duration: 23 min. per ep.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older


Score: 7.991 (scored by 1770117,701 users)
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Ranked: #5702
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Popularity: #3167
Members: 32,830
Favorites: 45

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After their victory over Shitenhouji Middle School in the semifinals, Ryouma Echizen and the Seishun Academy Boys Tennis Team must now face off against the two-time defending champions of Rikkai University-Affiliated Middle School in order to claim the national title. Rikkai is not only seeking revenge for its team's previous loss to Seishun at the Kanto Regional Tournament, but they also are aiming to win the national title for a third consecutive year.

In the conclusion of Tennis no Ouji-sama, the titular "Prince of Tennis" is pitted against the "Child of God" in a head-to-head battle for the national championship title. Along the way, Ryouma must teach his opponents and teammates that there is more to tennis than winning.

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"Across My Line" by Junko Minagawa

Ending Theme

1: "Dear Prince: Tennis no Ouji-sama-tachi e (Dear Prince~テニスの王子様達へ~)" by i Tarusuke Shingak, Ryoutarou Okiayu, Ikemen Samurai, Junichi Suwabe, Junko Minagawa, Taiten Kusunoki, Sachiko Nagai, Yoshimasa Hosoya
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Mar 24, 2009
Bocknoi (All reviews)
This review will cover all three national tournament OVAs; the 13 episode long National Tournament Chapter, the 6 episode National Tournament Semifinals, and the 7 episode Finals.

As the name suggests, Prince of Tennis is a sports anime about tennis. That much is clear the very second you hear about the anime, even if you don't know anything else but the name. At the beginning of the main series I wasn't exactly sure what to expect, perhaps something pretty similar to most of the other sports animes I've seen, meaning something relatively realistic but still somewhat overexaggerated and overly dramatic sports matches, in a good way read more
Dec 10, 2012
mrsKWON (All reviews)
I will give my review here as a whole for my review to the national tournament arc

So the most arrogant and show-off sports protagonist returns together with his teammates to play in the most awaited tournament that they’ve been waiting for; the national tournament. The drama is even more far-fetched and can be extremely over-the-top; players are on the verge of dying just by PLAYING tennis, losing memories before an important game, bloods are spilling everywhere. I mean come on! I almost forgot that I am still watching a tennis story particularly, the finals arc. I completely understand that it’s going for a more read more
Sep 14, 2020
SinCrow11 (All reviews)
Story: 7

Finally we reached the culminating arc of the national tournament, and although it has maintained those constants of being very summarized matches as in its last 2 pre-queues, I have to say that the descending party leaves a good taste in the mouth and with a more consistent development winning so 2 full chapters in it.
I do not want to fall into a spoiler but the "certain event" that occurs at the beginning of the matches is quite pleasant to alternate and show something different from the usual, but there is the typical dynamics of the matches and giving a special flavor to the read more
Aug 13, 2021
tourinshinya (All reviews)
If there ever was a fever dream of an anime, this is it. It's hard not to be harsh with this review, but honestly I've never been more speechless at how an anime with multiple seasons and over two hundred episodes managed to turn out.

Short comment on the animation and music quality before I dive into my main issues with this anime: animation is as you would expect, it's an anime series from more than a decade ago, but even Slam Dunk from the 90s tops this hands down. And the music, gosh, how the studio skimped on the budget for this I don't read more


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