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The Prince of Tennis

A tennis prodigy leads his club to victory at the national tournament.

Created by Takeshi Konomi | MoreLess about The Prince of Tennis

Four-time consecutive U.S. Junior tournament champ Ryoma Echizen comes to Seishun Academy to further his reign as The Prince of Tennis. His skill is matched only by his attitude—irking some but impressing all as he leads his team to the Nationals and beyond!

Takeshi Konomi exploded onto the manga scene with the incredible The Prince of Tennis. His refined art style and sleek character designs proved popular with Weekly Shonen Jump readers, and The Prince of Tennis became the number one sports manga in Japan almost overnight. Its cast of fascinating male tennis players attracted legions of female readers even though it was originally intended to be a boys’ comic. The manga continues to be a success in Japan and has inspired a hit anime series, as well as several video games and mountains of merchandise.

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The Prince of Tennis 50: A Seigaku Tradition (Dubbed)

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The Prince of Tennis 49: Free Style Fighting (Dubbed)

The Prince of Tennis 48: The Decisive Moment (Dubbed)

The Prince of Tennis 47: I Can't Lose (Dubbed)

The Prince of Tennis 46: Samurai Spirit (Dubbed)

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The Prince of Tennis, Vol. 1

There is a rumor going around that a twelve-year-old boy is going to enter the sixteen-year-old and under tennis group. How can someone so young ever hope to compete with kids much older and more experienced than him? This is no ordinary kid: he is none other than Ryoma Echizen, the Prince of Tennis! Ryoma's father was destined for greatness until he injured himself during a match, ending his career forever. His talent was passed on to his son, who is determined to be the best tennis player in the world. Can the prince gain the respect of his fellow teammates despite his small size and young age? Find out in this intense sports manga!

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