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Prince of Tennis 145 : the Insight Which Sees Through Weaknesses: Tennis No Oujisama

By Konomi, Takeshi

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Title: Prince of Tennis 145 : the Insight Which Sees Through Weaknesses: Tennis No Oujisama  
Author: Konomi, Takeshi
Volume: Vol. 145
Language: English
Subject: Comedy, School Life, Sports
Collections: Graphic Novel Collections
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Publication Date:
2001
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Description: Echizen Ryoma just joined the Seishun Gakuen Middle School tennis team, which is known for being one of the most competitive teams in Japan. Ryoma has proven his skills by winning four straight American junior tournament titles. With his skills, Ryoma challenges a rule of Seishun Gakuen that freshmen don't represent the team to play in tournaments until summer.

 

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