Japanese manga and anime series are known for their beautiful characters, storylines, popularity, and concept. Every anime comes up with something different and unique, that fails even the web series and shows. In this article, we are going to deal with a new anime series that will be hugely liked by lovers of tennis. Written by Atsushi Maekawa and Masashi Sogo under the direction of Takayuki Hamana, The Prince Of Tennis is a coming-of-age anime television series that is based on the manga of the same name.
Based on the sports genre, the series is animated by Trans Arts. The Prince Of Tennis also has a sequel to three original video animation series ( OVA ) series, dramas, video games, anime, live action, and a 3DCG film too. The manga sequel, titled, The New Prince of Tennis, was also released with the story taking place after the end of the original.
The Prince Of Tennis Season 2 Release Date
Season 1 of the series ran from October 10, 2001, to March 30, March with 178 episodes. The manga series had received a lot of recognition and sold over 51 million copies in Japan. The series also secured 18th place, and then 8th place in an online web poll, conducted by TV Asahi.
After such a mass hit, the audience is waiting for season 2. Since season 1, the fans are still waiting for its next instalment as it has been such a long time. As of now, neither the makers nor the network has said anything about the next instalment. As they have not said anything about the release of season 2, there is still a little bit possibility of its release this year.
|The Prince Of Tennis Season 1 Release Date||October 10, 2001|
|The Prince Of Tennis Season 2 Release Date||Not Announced Yet|
The Prince Of Tennis Season 2 Story
The anime series revolves around the life story of a keen tennis player, Ryoma Echizen, who has special abilities and powers in playing tennis. He uses his special techniques to overcome and defeat his opponents. He is a young tennis prodigy who has won 4 consecutive tennis championships, as said by his coach, Sumire Ryuzaki. His father was also a famous tennis player.
Also known as ” The Prince of Tennis “, he joins the Seishun Gakuen junior high school, one of the best tennis schools in Japan, and learns to find his type of tennis, along with the other teammates. He constantly changes his old style. He develops his tennis style, and improves it drastically, as he thought this is the copy version of his father’s playing. All the students of the Tennis School prepared for the National Tournament to win. They all become each other’s rivals and friends, just to win that cup. For ” The Prince of Tennis “, Ryoma, is his journey to achieve the big and maintains his father’s name in the legacy of tennis.
The Prince Of Tennis Season 2 Characters
The main character of the series is Ryoma Echizen, who shocked everyone with his powerful skills and abilities in tennis along with Nanjirō Echizen, his father, who is the only player to have reached the “Pinnacle of Perfection”. Other than Ryoma, the audience also saw Sumire Ryuzaki, coach of the tennis club and one of the maths teachers of the school, Kunimitsu Tezuka, one of the toughest national level players who is currently the captain of the team, Sadaharu Inui, one of the intelligent players of the team who collects the other player’s data in his unique style known as Data Tennis and Shusuke Fuji, cheerful and an easy-going player of the team.
The audience also saw Takashi Kawamura, a player who prefers to play doubles rather than singles, Shuichiro Oishi, Kaoru Kaido, a player known for his stamina, Takeshi Momoshiro, Sakuno Ryuzaki, and Eiji Kikumaru along with many other characters. The same characters can come again, once season 2 gets finalised.
The Prince Of Tennis Season 2 Trailer
The audience can see the zeal of Ryoma with his interest and passion for the sport. The moment, when he swiftly catch the tennis ball, leaving everyone shocked and amazed, was a perfect shot. He is, no matter what but, an ideal sportsperson with an ideal man too.
Where To Watch The Prince Of Tennis Season 2 Online?
The series was originally released on TV Tokyo. Along with this, the series is also available on Animax Asia, Toonami Jetstream along with Cartoon Network.