Shin Tennis no Ouji-sama
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Shin Tennis no Ouji-sama

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Synonyms: New Prince of Tennis, Jiki Buchou Bangai-hen
Japanese: 新テニスの王子様


Type: Manga
Volumes: Unknown
Chapters: Unknown
Status: Publishing
Published: Mar 4, 2009 to ?
Genres: Action Action, Sports Sports
Theme: School School
Demographic: Shounen Shounen
Serialization: Jump SQ.
Authors: Konomi, Takeshi (Story & Art)


Score: 7.391 (scored by 51515,151 users)
1 indicates a weighted score.
Ranked: #33502
2 based on the top manga page. Please note that 'R18+' titles are excluded.
Popularity: #1292
Members: 11,593
Favorites: 269

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Fifty nationally ranked middle school tennis players receive an invitation to join the Japan U-17 training camp—an exclusive tennis camp that was previously open only to high school players. Amongst the recipients is tennis prodigy Ryouma Echizen and his teammates of the Seishun Academy Boys' Tennis Team. In the camp, the middle schoolers come across many strong opponents as they become intertwined with the camp's hierarchy system. They soon find themselves fighting against the high schoolers—and among themselves—for a spot in the camp as well as the top 20. With the U-17 World Cup around the corner, it is a battle to see who will represent Japan on the world stage.

Shin Tennis no Ouji-sama depicts the players' resolute endeavors as their tennis skills continue to reach new heights while also learning the meaning of perseverance and resilience. With countries stronger than Japan awaiting them at the U-17 World Cup, the determined tennis players must find a way to work together and ultimately come out on top.

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Mar 21, 2011
cursebreaker (All reviews)
"Mada Mada Dane" ("You still have lots more to work on")

Story: 9
The story of the Princes of Tennis is still far from over. Shin Tennis no Ouji-sama is a sequel to that, and this time, they're up against highschoolers. The original cast is back along with some fine new additions, other seemingly minor characters from way back in Prince of Tennis and new players they’ll meet (and battle) at Camp—new obstacles to face and players they would have to defeat.

What’s refreshing to see is the unity among the middle-schoolers and not just according to what school they came from, but as a whole. (PS. I'm read more
Jun 17, 2010
ryuichi_crosszer (All reviews)
As Tenipuri's loyal fans, of course this one is A MUST-READ manga I have to follow. Mochiron da! Like I always accepted from Konomi-sensei' style work this adventure sequel of our oujisama-tachi is awesome as the prequel.. but with fresh stories and plots. They all are now facing special training from high-school level!

Our hero-guys from all tenipuri's school that we've known very well appear again with its each main members. Seigaku, Rikkaidai, Rudolph, Hyotei, Yamabuki, Shitenhouji, Higa,NagoyaSeitoku. They're all chosen as 30 special middle-school tennis players that participate in U-17 (high school level's train). Ryouma who's still studying in USA also has been called, so read more
Jan 2, 2012
checkmate_19 (All reviews)
new prince of tennis is the sequel to the first but to me falls short of its prequel.

story: 5/10
i dont give the story a good score because it has no plot at this point. i understand the fact of japan trying to put together this all star team of tennis players but right now there is a bunch of prelims that are too piecey. im not exactly sure who is the main character for the fact that its call NEW prince of tennis so it sort of suggests ryoma may not be the main protagonist and the lack of ryoma's appearance makes me believe read more
Jan 3, 2018
Fairless (All reviews)
May i take the job of writing an updated review for this manga that appears almost dead in MAL but still lives on tenipuri fans.

Story: First with 9 / Now 6
As we expect, Konomi did an awesome work when introducing ourselves to what was the beggining a new journey for the mid-schoolers, but as i did say, the awesome work was done at the beggining, but the farthest the manga gets, the worse the story becomes. It came from building up all characters and it's abilities to ridiculously powers-up that comes out from nowhere. New characters are not well developed as there are many, and read more


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'Shin Tennis no Ouji-sama: U-17 World Cup' TV Anime Announced for 2022

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Chapters 261 - 295 English Translation?
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Where to find 251 and beyond?
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