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Characters in POT talk about pro players and they're logically the next tier above high schoolers (maybe more than one tier above). So if there are pro players in POT, what would they be like? How would they interact with the middle schoolers? Here's my take:
Ryoma will challenge Roger Federer to a game of tennis. Federer will beat him without using a racket. He will also reveal that the top 5 players of the world are forbidden to use rackets on lesser competition, because the last time it happened a nearby star went supernova.
Nadal would be able to convert a court from Hard/Grass to Clay by his aura, since he's a clay specialist.
Mach is the basic unit of speed amongst pros.
Grand Slams are played on 100G courts.
Pro players don't measure how many balls they can hit at once because they lose track after a few thousand.
John Isner would play Atobe in an endurance match and revealed that he once played tennis for three weeks without a break in a 102329-102327 tiebreaker.
Synchro would still be relatively rare in doubles for no apparent reason.
The son of Andrei Agassi and Stefai Graffe (who should be 11 now) will be the new Ryoma. He most likely knows TnK when he was 3.
Pro players will be impossibly buff and tall, making Ochi look like a short guy.
People actually die from playing tennis in Pro.
Last edited by Phantron; October 11, 2012 at 09:15 PM.
They'll look like 50+ Years Old. I mean... how old did HS look again?
How do you think a Power Play match would go down lol.
And Pro players with Data Tennis would be able to predict the result of a match in a notebook and have an inhuman mind that displays all their toughts in the court and confuses everybody. They would be a DBZ version of Inui, Renji and Mitsuya.
The pros have to wear special shoes which restrict movement because if they didn't, they would make too many clones of themselves and leviate when going for a jump smash.
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I'm loving the satire right now.
Like everything we've seen thus far, to be honest.
There would also be the obligatory guy who sits in front of a super computer that does some kind of Ultimate Data Tennis, but this guy would still lose to a random middle schooler, and one of the top players will say something like: "That guy thought he can calculate it all but the possibilities of tennis are infinite."
Tezuka would blow himself up trying to defeat some top pro player (say, Federer) but it'd have no effect, but Ryoma will absorb his leftover TnK power for Ultimate TnK. Fuji would cry because this mean he no longer has a chance to surpass Tezuka, who now has a 99.99999%chance of being dead. But of course Tezuka will still defy the odds like he usually does.