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Jirō Akutagawa | Prince of Tennis Wiki | Fandom

Jirō is a serve-and-volley player who exclusively specializes in his volleys. His playstyle was inspired by Marui Bunta during his freshman year, and he’s developed it to the point of staying as a constant Regular in Hyotei’s very strict hierarchy of 200 members.

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Jirou no Mezame | Prince of Tennis Wiki | Fandom

Jirou no Mezame (Jirou's Awakening) is the 4th episode of the Prince of Tennis OVA Another Story II ~The Times We Shared~ [Ano Toki no Bokura]. It originally aired on the 26th October 2011. A history involving Jirou Akutagawa and Bunta Marui.

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Jirou only perks up when he is playing against a challenging opponent. So far this has happened a few times, including matches with Atobe Keigo and Fuji Shuusuke. Jirou is a volley specialist and his play style was inspired by Marui Bunta during a match two years ago. Jirou is perhaps the only player in the series who is perfectly content with a loss as long as it is memorable.

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Akutagawa Jirou | Prince of Tennis translations by Holycow

Looking at Akutagawa Jirou’s tennis No matter what balls he faces, in tennis he shows his “Fun spirit”!! There are no doubts in Jirou’s tennis. He returns everything with his speciality serve and volley, no matter the opponent. They’re games that are all done without reading or tactics. Who cares where the ball came from, can I return it?

Read The Prince of Tennis - Vol.17 Chapter 141: Akugatawa ...

Read The Prince of Tennis - Vol.17 Chapter 141: Akugatawa Jirou - Ryoma Echizen just joined the Seishun Academy's tennis team, which is known for being one of the most competitive teams in Japan. Its members are incredibly talented, gifted, and athletic.

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He often copies his doubles partner, Yagyu, to confuse their opponents. He can predict the moves of his opponents up to ten steps ahead. In The Prince of Tennis II, he takes the No. 15 position from the U-17 first string, and later moves up to No. 9/10, and later becomes one of the 14 middle schoolers to represent Japan at the U-17 world cup. He is portrayed by Masataka Nakagauchi (1st season), Hidetoshi Kubota (2nd season), and Dai Goto (3rd season) in the musicals.

Hyotei Academy | Prince of Tennis Wiki | Fandom

Hyotei Academy (氷帝学園) is a private school located in the Tokyo prefecture. It's tennis team, Hyōtei Academy Secondary Department (氷帝学園中等部 Hyōtei Gakuen Chūtō Bu) applies a strict stratification and merit system, which prioritizes ability only rather than emotion. If any regular loses a match, they are removed from their spot and only given a second chance in very rare ...

Akutagawa Jirou/Marui Bunta - Works | Archive of Our Own

Tennis no Oujisama | Prince of Tennis (16) Johnny's Entertainment (1) Harry Potter - J. K. Rowling (1) Kuroko no Basuke | Kuroko's Basketball (1) Bakuman (Anime & Manga) (1) Include Characters Marui Bunta (9) Akutagawa Jirou (9) Ohtori Choutarou (6) Shishido Ryou (6) Atobe Keigo (5) Sanada Genichirou (5) Kirihara Akaya (5) Mukahi Gakuto (5)

Yamabuki Junior High | Prince of Tennis Wiki | Fandom

Yamabuki Junior High. Yamabuki Middle School (私立山吹中学校 Shiritsu Yamabuki Chūgakkō) is a national caliber team that bases their strategy on two National caliber doubles teams, supported by the National caliber Singles player Sengoku. They try to use those three weapons to defeat opponents before the matches get drawn out.