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Back to double serves. I don't think Konomi cares for the rules, Tezuki/Inui vs Chitose/Zaizen and Atobe/Niou.
^What do you mean, in all three instances the serve order was kept the way it should be. The only time I can think of in which the serve/return order was completely disregarded is the current match where Ohmagari returned serves even though the receiver should have been Tanegashima.
I suppose my last match up is off. Anyways,
Akutsu/Kite vs Fuwa/Mouri
And well, if people think the 1st stringer aren't challenging enough, then feel free to replace it with Ochi/Mouri like in the manga. Akutsu might surprise me and do something great, but as is in the manga, he's losing to #6 even with Sanada help.
I think Fuwa/Mouri Take this by a slight Margin.
The main reason is Neither Akutsu nor Kite can have a technique that Fuwa and Mouri can't return. Also Fuwa has mirror eyes.
But it is equal hard to get something past Akutsu & Kite. This will definitely be a long match.
My Prediction: Fuwa/Mouri wins. 6-4, 5-7, 7-6(62-60)
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For some reasons I want to see this match-up.
Ochi/Yukimura vs Tanegashima/Tokugawa
A 3-set match.
I think Tanegamishi has enough mental strength to break both Yukimura's Yips and the Mental Assasin attack (at least not on Tanegamishima with a mental strength of 7) Tokugawa can split the ball in ten balls. I'm sure Tanegamishi can hit that back, I'm not sure about Yukimura. In a rally with ten balls I feel Tanegamishima and Tokugawa team has the advantage.
Honestly Tanegamishima can nullify any attack. No matter what team he's against (except Oni and Byoudin based on what we have seen so far) attacks won't be able to get passed him. Even if Sanada and Akutsu somehow get past Tengamishima, neither Ochi nor Yukimura have the power to get past Tanegamishima.
Basically I think it will be somewhat close, 6-4, 6-3 in favor of Tanegamishima and Tokugama.
What about Atobe/Niou and Kite/Bunta?
I want to know how effective Yips will be on doubles. Also it will be hard to get a ball past Yukimura. 0chi & Yukimura has some crazy Mental power. But I think this pair will loose because of low power & stamina.
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6-0, 6-1 in favour of Atobe Niou.
It certainly looks that way.
Tachibana/Shiraishi versus Chitose/Kite
Tachibana/Shiraishi. Coz they have better stats.