takashi kawamura

  1. ybr99

    Match Tournament

    Small 4 person tournament split into groups. Speed Eiji VS Kamio Shishido VS Kenya Winner VS Winner Power Tetsu VS Tanishi Momoshiro VS Takeshi Winner VS Winner The Unknowns Shinji VS Yuuta Wakashi VS Krauser Winner VS Winner The Pairs Inui VS Kaidou Bunta VS Jirou...
  2. ashore

    Character Seigaku players full of copiers?

    out of all the middle schools, what do you think about seigaku having the most players of any other major jr high tennis club to copy and evolve other people's special moves.?
  3. Character Power Players play by different rules

    I went back and checked the Kawamura and Kabaji doubles match and found this: http://www.mangahere.com/manga/new_prince_of_tennis/v04/c062/11.html Now it's impossible to say which team say "It's match point" but since Kawamura is saying "This isn't going to work" I assume it's not his team...
  4. Kaoz

    [Bonus Round] Doubles 1

    Determine the strongest Doubles pair of the tournament. The bonus round ends on Thursday, October 25th 8 PM GMT. Cast your vote and discuss (logically) why you voted for who you voted for. Have fun, but keep it clean!
  5. Kaoz

    [Round 2 - Team 4 vs Team 6 Doubles 1] Akutsu Jin/Kawamura Takashi vs Shishido Ryou/Tanishi Kei

    Doubles 1Akutsu Jin Kawamura TakashiShishido Ryou Tanishi KeiSchoolYamabuki 3rd Year Seishun Gakuen 3rd YearHyoutei Gakuen 3rd Year Higa 3rd YearHeight183 cm 180 cm172 cm 193 cmWeight71 kg 65 kg60 kg 106 kgDominant HandRight RightRight RightPlaystyleAggressive Baseliner Aggressive...
  6. perroloco

    Theory What do you think are the team line-ups one year from the series start and one year after the series

    I.e. since Prince of Tennis began in 1999 (IIRC) then the year the series events occurs is 1999 (If stated to be other year please say so). In your opinion what would the teams line-up look in 1998 and 2000? (If you want to especulate about other years like.. Dunno 1996 or 1997 Seigaku, please...
  7. Brandnewkid

    Discussion 1st Stringer Overseas Group Discussion: Who REALLY Deserves A Spot . . .

    As of now, the Overseas Group is as follows: 20: Irie Kanata: A player who's used to playing mind-games and hiding his true skill; 19: Momoshiro Takeshi: A jack-of-all-trades player; 18: Oshitari Kenya: A speed player; 17: Renji Yanagi: A player who uses data of his opponents against...
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