It has likeable characters, a cool intro and decent animation. The voice cast is good even though sadly the dub only covered around 50 episodes but no need to fried cause I heard my least favourite anime company will complete the series in english after so many years. Overall it’s a good sports anime.
Similarly, does Prince of Tennis animation get better?
Much to the viewers’ delight, the animation improves remarkably after its first season. Although some moves are over-the-top exaggerated (like starting tornadoes on the court), a few of the techniques were actually taken from real life players.
Also know, which prince of tennis should I watch first?
The Best chronological order to watch The Prince of Tennis:
- Tennis no Ouji-Sama.
- Tennis no Ouji-sama: Atobe kara no Okurimono.
- Tennis no Ouji-Sama Movie 1: Futari no Samurai – The First Game.
- Tennis no Ouji-Sama: Sonzoku Yama no Hi.
- Tennis no Ouji-sama: Zenkoku Taikai-hen.
- Tennis no Ouji-Sama: Zenkoku Taikai-hen – Semifinal.
Why did Ryoma lose his memory?
This is the episode when they also find out that Ryoma lost his memory while he was still back in Karuizawa with his father, Nanjirō Echizen. But while they were training for the National Finals something happened to cause Ryoma to lose all his memory about tennis.
The results of the first popularity poll of New Prince of Tennis:
|1st||Fuji Shūsuke (3rd Year Middle School) – Seigaku||234 votes|
|3rd||Atobe Keigo (3rd Year Middle School) – Hyotei||213 votes|
|4th||Yukimura Seiichi (3rd Year Middle School) – Rikkai||166 votes|
|5th||Marui Bunta (3rd Year Middle Schooli) – Rikkai||161 votes|
Migihashi is introduced in the New Prince of Tennis as a 2nd Stringer High Schooler in the U-17 Camp as the strongest member and leader of the 2nd Court in the anime.
As they play, Yukimura informs him that he is losing his senses, which becomes a reality as Ryoma has already lost his sense of touch, followed by his sight. Though Ryoma continues to hit the ball through his hearing, he eventually loses that as well. Despite losing all his senses, Ryoma attempts to continue playing.
Sakuno Ryuzaki is the love interest of Ryoma Echizen from The Prince of Tennis. Her crush on Ryoma is clear, she hasn’t had a chance to really tell him due to her own shy nature. Ryoma has kindness to her and Sakuno has returned her feelings to Ryoma.
The Prince of Tennis is written and illustrated by Takeshi Konomi. The manga was first published in Shueisha’s Weekly Shōnen Jump in Japan on July 19, 1999. The series was put under hiatus when Konomi was injured in an accident during July 2006, but publication resumed in September 2006.
Plot. After the Kanto Finals and Ryoma’s astonishing English catch phrases in the previous episode, we are being shown Nanjiro Echizen past when he first became pro in America. … Nanjiro won tournaments all over the United States and Japan after that but decided to retire after he found a new dream: Being a father.