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As the match between Ryoma and Higa's giant Kei Tanishi continues, it's apparent to everyone that Tanishi is in control of the game--to everyone except Ryoma, that is. Higa continues to dominate in No. 2 Doubles, with Taka and Shusuke paired up against Hiroshi Chinen and Rin Hirakoba. Now Seishun's hopes rest on whether Shusuke can figure out how to effectively counter Rin As the match between Ryoma and Higa's giant Kei Tanishi continues, it's apparent to everyone that Tanishi is in control of the game--to everyone except Ryoma, that is. Higa continues to dominate in No. 2 Doubles, with Taka and Shusuke paired up against Hiroshi Chinen and Rin Hirakoba. Now Seishun's hopes rest on whether Shusuke can figure out how to effectively counter Rin's lethal "Habu" shot.


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As the match between Ryoma and Higa's giant Kei Tanishi continues, it's apparent to everyone that Tanishi is in control of the game--to everyone except Ryoma, that is. Higa continues to dominate in No. 2 Doubles, with Taka and Shusuke paired up against Hiroshi Chinen and Rin Hirakoba. Now Seishun's hopes rest on whether Shusuke can figure out how to effectively counter Rin As the match between Ryoma and Higa's giant Kei Tanishi continues, it's apparent to everyone that Tanishi is in control of the game--to everyone except Ryoma, that is. Higa continues to dominate in No. 2 Doubles, with Taka and Shusuke paired up against Hiroshi Chinen and Rin Hirakoba. Now Seishun's hopes rest on whether Shusuke can figure out how to effectively counter Rin's lethal "Habu" shot.

30 review for The Prince of Tennis, Volume 30: The Boys from Okinawa

  1. 4 out of 5

    Ben Truong

    The Prince of Tennis, Vol. 30 continues where the previous tankōbon left off and contains the next nine chapters (256–264) of the on-going manga series. The tankōbon continues the Second Round of the All-Japan National Tournament that has Seishun Academy playing against Higa Middle School. It concludes the match of Ryōma Echizen vs. Kei Tanishi. It is a neck-to-neck game with Tanishi size and power able to overcome Echizen’s talents. The match eventually goes into a tie-breaker with Echizen winni The Prince of Tennis, Vol. 30 continues where the previous tankōbon left off and contains the next nine chapters (256–264) of the on-going manga series. The tankōbon continues the Second Round of the All-Japan National Tournament that has Seishun Academy playing against Higa Middle School. It concludes the match of Ryōma Echizen vs. Kei Tanishi. It is a neck-to-neck game with Tanishi size and power able to overcome Echizen’s talents. The match eventually goes into a tie-breaker with Echizen winning the match 7–6. With this win, Seishun Academy leads with a score of 1–0 matches. This tankōbon also concludes the first Doubles Match that has Shūsuke Fuji and Takashi Kawamura teaming up to play against Rin Hirakoba and Hiroshi Chinen. It is another tough match for Seishun Academy as Hirakoba has a technique that nullifies Kawamura's power plays and Chinen tends to uses his size to mock his opponents. Higa Middle School took an early lead, but Seishun Academy manages to take a win with a score of 7–5. With this win, Seishun Academy extends their lead by a score of 2–0 matches. This tankōbon is written and illustrated by Takeshi Konomi. The two matches that were concluded were nicely written and beautifully illustrated as new powers from the Seishun Academy have been revealed and drawn. The reader might be a tad confused as the format of the Tournament is different than the rest as the Singles and Doubles matches are intermixed instead of having both Doubles being played first, which wasn't explain that well. All in all, The Prince of Tennis, Vol. 30 is a wonderful continuation to a series that seems intriguing and I cannot wait to read more.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Natalie

    Ryoma and Kei duke their match out to completion and Taka/Fuji battle against Chinen and Hirakoba in Volume 30. We're back to our regularly-scheduled magical tennis here, with shots that push people off the court (I won't even go into my usual "the beginning was better without magical tennis - there's so much potential in the younger player on upperclassman team story line" rant). Again, Higa comes out with unnatural violence by attempting to hurt Coach Ryuzaki. We rarely see or hear from her any Ryoma and Kei duke their match out to completion and Taka/Fuji battle against Chinen and Hirakoba in Volume 30. We're back to our regularly-scheduled magical tennis here, with shots that push people off the court (I won't even go into my usual "the beginning was better without magical tennis - there's so much potential in the younger player on upperclassman team story line" rant). Again, Higa comes out with unnatural violence by attempting to hurt Coach Ryuzaki. We rarely see or hear from her anymore, so I'm glad she was given a little attention - and I love her response to the taunts from Higa's coach: "You can't be a tennis coach if you're afraid of the ball." Oh, snap! The real downside with having so many characters, as a sports manga often does (the main characters can't play the same team all the time), is that none of them really get developed well. It's tough to remember their names, their school, their backstory, etc., and I feel like Higa will fade away like some of the other schools/players have once the next round begins.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Bianca Romarion

    I love Prince of Tennis :] The teams that Seishun have been competing against in the tournament have been really mean :O They try to hurt people, so that their team wins by default. But i gotta say, thats what keeps me interested, LOL. There's alot of excitement now that they're getting further in the Nationals. I really think Seishun will win :] I love Prince of Tennis :] The teams that Seishun have been competing against in the tournament have been really mean :O They try to hurt people, so that their team wins by default. But i gotta say, thats what keeps me interested, LOL. There's alot of excitement now that they're getting further in the Nationals. I really think Seishun will win :]

  4. 5 out of 5

    Nadia M

    ggggggggggggggggggggggggggggggoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooodddddddddddddddddddddd

  5. 5 out of 5

    Real Imaginations

    "A person who is afraid of the ball should not be a Tennis Coach!" - Coach Ryuzaki "A person who is afraid of the ball should not be a Tennis Coach!" - Coach Ryuzaki

  6. 5 out of 5

    Kristen

    These volumes are non-stop action and I live every minute of them!! :)

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