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It is out, thats all I can say here.
Man, what are they going to do? Does the drunk man want to beat up the coaches? Because neither of them, the drunk man nor the coaches, looks like active tennis player to me.
The interesting thing is however, what progress the winners have made. I dont really think all of them improved, especially the ones who were already strong, like Yuki, Tezuka. Maybe we get to see some really(!) new techniques.
I assume that it'll be revealed that people like Tezuka could already hit five balls at a time, or something like that.
Nah, whats the point of having a loser camp if you can already learn how to hit 5 balls in the winner camp? I'm guessing in the loser camp, mentally you've gotten much better (as well as physical) and vice versa in winners camp? Or it could be just more experience in winners camp whilst training non stop in losers...matchs coming up ^^
Lol just reading what you posted made me laugh about something. Yes your right about only playing 1 ball but from Ryoma perspective it's not. He will go into Ten-i Muhou no Kiwami and spam the Samurai Drive so the Ball breaks into 5 pieces and from their on its not a 1 ball game anymore DavenSodan roflOriginally Posted by DavenSodan
OK about the 5 balls things: of course in real life tennis it isn't a skill you really practice, trying to hit like 10 balls at once or w/e, but this is the price of tennis, where the balls don't follow the rules of gravity or things like that. Think about the number of balls you can hit at once like a power level. "How many balls can you hit dude?" "OVER 9000!!!!"