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The Prince of Tennis, Volume 32: Two of a Cunning Kind (The Prince of Tennis #32)
The National Tournament moves into the quarterfinal stage, and the Seishun players find themselves pitted against their old rivals, Hyotei. Kicking things off is the No. 3 Singles match between Momoshiro and Hyotei's resident "genius," Yushi Oshitari. Will all of Momo's strength and cunning be enough to defeat the "Player of a Thousand Techniques"?
Paperback, 200 pages
Published July 7th 2009 by VIZ Media LLC
(first published February 3rd 2006)
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Seigaku's match against Hyotei Academy begins - and, as always, there's tons of drama and a lot of magical tennis action. Momo runs into a pole during his match and gets all bloody (Momo, you know James Blake ran into a pole too, right? He broke his neck.). Luckily, a side effect of hitting magical shots is having a magical body; not only do the suspiciously-absent umpires allow Momo to play, but the blood loss doesn't affect his playing at all. We also see the opening to some Kyushu flashbacks ...more
I love the Hyotei guy who points to his eyes whenever he says something deep. It reminds me of that 'Friends' episode where Ross touts the karate concept of 'unagi' (sp?). Hey, Hyotei--get over yourselves, and there's no way you're going to beat Kunimitsu in second singles (I hope...).
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