Smash! Chapter 130:
P1.T1: #130: Nescience
P3.B1: Whatever you do, don't cause a ruckus.
P4.B1: Where's Kita-sensei?
P4.B2: Already there, I heard.
P5.B1: Hey, Shouta.
P6.B1: You contacted her yet?
P1.B2: Seems she didn't know about the program too...
P2.B2: *tap* [fill the bubble with it]
P2.Phone: I was a bit surprised when I watched it, but it's fine. Don't worry.
P3.B1: It's true that she's a strong player, // but involving the family circumstances... I don't know.
P3.B2: If they want to make her a start with sympathy, // the pressure is gonna kill her.
P5.B1: Yeah! That's what I'm worried about!
P5.B2: Aww---- I can't even sleep at night.
P6.B1: How is her schedule?
P7.B1: We'll be able to meet....
P4.B1: that in itself
P4.B2: is something I look forward to <3
P4.B3: Since it's been a while.
P2.B1: Oh, you're here.
P3.B1: Once you dropped off your bags, we'll have some light training in the gym.
P3.B3: But let me introduce you someone before.
P4.B1: He'll be looking after you this time. // Oda Wara-kun.
P4.B2: Nice to meet you.
P5.B1: I'm an acupuncture masseur.
P5.B2: During the tournament, I'll keep your bodies in their best condition.
P1.B1: This summer's interhigh will be hard. // Like getting dehydration in the gym without air con.
P1.B2: Or forfeiting because of leg cramps.
P2.B1: Actually, I too played // badminton when I was a student.
P3:B1: Toujou Daini is a famous power house.
P3.B2: So I want to help you to be in perfect condition.
P4.B1: To conquer Japan!!
P1.T1: That's right.
P1.T2: He means
P2.T1: the nationals------!!
P4.B1: Okay! Let's put our stuff away and practice!!
P2.B1: It's Toujou Daini.
P2.B2: Winner of last years interhigh // and the invitational tournament.
P2.T1: That Toujo Daini-----!!
P3.B1: Hey, we're famous.
P3.B2: But don't get nervous now!!
P3.B3: Look at yourself.
P4:T1: This is the last practice we get for the games tomorrows. I need to make use of it.
P1.B1: Long time no see----
P2.B1: Been well-----!?
P2.B2: Ye- Yeah.
P3.B1: You seem well too. [small text] As always [/small text]
P3.B2: Of course!!
P4.B1: DOWN WITH TOUJOU DAINI!!
P5.B1: That's my motto!!
P5.B2: I'm sorry, he has no evil intent.
P6.B1: Let's both give our best!!
P6.B3: Strange fellow. // Don't let it bother you.
P2.T1: This sound....
P2.T1: He's dangerous.
P3.T1: You’ll know once you see him.
P1.Box1: Minimal movements without waste.
P1.Box2: It looks like he's playing lash, but he's hitting precisely.
P2.Box1: A smooth racket handling.
P3.Box1: He's skilled......!!
P2.T1: Win against him,
P1.B1: Okay <3
P1.B2: Who wants a massage?
P2.B1: You go, Azuma.
P2.B3: Don't worry, it's not scary.
P4:B1: Azuma, I want you to listen to something while you get a massage.
P5.B1: I took records of all your games since the preliminary.
P5.B2: And there I noticed something.
Azuma // Smash // Back Outside // Drive into net // Drive Miss // Smash // Smash //
Opponent // Back Outside // Return Push // Smash Miss // Side O- [cut off from Out] // Cros- [cut off from cross] // Dro- [cut off from drop] // Back // [Middle] Interval
P6.B1: These are 3 games of you.
P6.B2: What's this?
Bottom: *L and S stand for Long serve and Short serve
P1.B1: I listed all shots that ended a rally.
P1.B2: I also took other games, which we filmed before, into consideration.
P1.B3: The conclusion is, that those shots are mostly in the first half of the games you won.
P2.B1: In games with the rally to your advantage there is a pattern of having the opponent make mistakes.
P2.B2: Reverse you can say, that in the games you lost, you were unsettled and tended to make mistakes by too slow reactions.
P3.B1: That means,
P3.B2: you have to attack more furiously in those games.
P5.B1: This is definitely a habit of yours.
P5.B2: But it's important that you stay objective during the game.
P1.B1: Then did you take our data too!?
P1.B2: Of course.
P1.B3: How did we do?
P1.B4: Tell us!!
P2.B1: Ah-- That was nice.
P2.B2: Thank you very much.
P2.B3: You're welcome.
P3.B1: Your left calf is a bit stiff.
P3.B2: You better massage it during a game too.