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Singles 2 Yamato Yuudai Kabaji Munehiro Title The Man who flows like the Rivers - School High School 2nd Year Hyoutei Gakuen 2nd Year Height 182 cm 190 cm Weight 68 kg 85 kg Dominant Hand Right Right Playstyle Technical Counter Puncher ??? Techniques Gen'U Yume Utsutsu -
Serve order: Kabaji -> Yamato
This round ends on Wednesday, September 19th 8 PM GMT.
Cast your vote and discuss (logically) why you voted for who you voted for. Have fun, but keep it clean!
Surely, Kabaji cannot predict a shot that does not allow prediction?
It only works on high players, and I don't know if Kabaji is a high player or not. This is difficult.
Wanna say Yamato because I think he is cool. I have nothing to base an opinion with Yamato who made it to 3rd Court with such appalling stats, and has that amazing technique he hid.
Compared to Kabaji who take Tezuka into Tie-break but lose to Akutagawa and have a draw against Kawamura.
Assuming that Kabaji can copy Yamato Gen'U Yume Utsutsu, Yamato would seemed to be in big trouble. But it's really unknown what will happen. Yamato possibly can answer his own technique, but I don't see Kabaji returning this technique at all. There's argument for both side. This is actually quite an interesting match.
Yamato's stats are really low, he depends on a tech that I'll believe Kabaji would be able to copy. Kabaji is stronger, faster, has more stamina... He might be an idiot, but he won't lose unless he faces someone with a specific Playstyle (Acrobatic, magic volleys, Speed, etc) or someone that is far superior (Atobe for example).
Kabaji wins this.
I think Yamato's ability level is higher than Kabaji. Kabaji doesn't have much to copy, so it will be like the match against Jiro which ended in Kabaji losing because of physical abilities. I think Yamato's base skill is just better than Kabaji, so Kabaji loses.
I think, Kabaji with his power can beat Yamato, but it's very hard to decide, i really can say what exactly will happen on this match.. for now..Kabaji Wins
This is making me crazy, it's a very interesting match but I don't know exactly the winner. I'm going with Yamato, I don't see Kabaji returning Gen'U Yume Utsutsu, but again Kabaji's power would be enough to take points from Yamato. Even if Yamato wins games, Kabaji could win games with his power and ability to copy. Again, I say Yamato but I'm unsure about this, so I don't know what to say really about who would win this match.
Yamato's base stat was a joke, but its likely he hadnt been playing seriously since then.
Since he was chosen to play the Top 10 along with Tokugawa Kazuya when the Top 10 arrived.
So its possible his true stats are higher. I doubt he is stronger than Kabaji.
Also, Yamato will know how to return GUYU definetely. Just like Chitose handling Kamikakushi, Fuji handling Higuma Otoshi and Atobe handling Tannhauser Serve.
Kabaji is just a mirror. I don't think the mirror will lose here, but I don't see Yamato on the end of a defeat here either.
Last edited by Fayte; September 17, 2012 at 09:40 AM.
i choose you Kabaji!
how the hell did yamato get on his court number? but based on his stat chart and his special skills, the win goes to kabaji.
Genu utsusu or waterever, only worked on tezuka for a specific reason. i forgot what the manga said. but kabaji is pure, ( according to atobe)
he copies what he sees and there fore he can mirror all shots that yamato makes and at a greater strength too.
In all of prince of tennis, how many matches has kabaji won? The only one I can recall is the doubles match with him and kawamura, but that one they were losing big time.
His other matches-- loss to jirou, loss to tezuka, and tied with kawamura. I don't think kabaji is really smart enough to beat any other characters because all he can do is copy.
Yamato so far has only lost against tezuka, PoP tezuka! with a score of 6-4. His stats were shown really low, but even his teammates acknowledged that he was hiding his true skill.
Overall, Yamato is a higher skilled player that could prolly beat the copy cat 6-4.
In terms of power and stamina, Kabaji wins. In technique and mental, Yamato is superior, his real stats are much higher than the stat chart, so he might have something else appart from GUYU, as he is a "box of surprises" (by Irie).
Yamato Yuudai: 4 votes
Kabaji Munehiro: 4 votes