The Prince of Tennis is a sports-based series created by Takeshi Konomi. The New Prince of Tennis is the sequel to the original anime series.
Although the series was released in the early 2000s, it is still as popular as ever.
Several OVA and sequel mangas have been inspired by the series. It is known for the intense character development that the protagonist of the story, Ryoma, goes through.
The official Twitter account of The New Prince of Tennis: Hyoutei vs. Rikkai: Game Of Future has just revealed a new visual for the anime. The new series is a two-part anime, and it will premiere between February and March 2021.
#Hyotei vs Rikkai’s key visual has been unveiled! The passionate feelings of each school are fully conveyed 🔥🔥 Look forward to the release in early spring 2021 ✨ #The Prince of TennisTwitter Translation, English Translate
The new visual shows the two teams of Hyoutei and Rikkai high schools. The leaders of the two teams are Keigo Atobe and Yukimura Seiichi. The tennis teams from both the high schools have a steamy rivalry between themselves.
A new cast member has been revealed. Junya Enoki will voice Yoshio Tamagawa. Studio KAI and MSC are animating The New Prince of Tennis: Hyoutei vs. Rikkai: Game of Future.
The Hyotei vs. Rikkai match is an original story from the creators. This will also be the first time when both the teams face each other. The match-making for the anime is being supervised by Konomi, the original writer of the series.
Hyoutei highschool challenges Rikkai for an exhibition match in the upcoming anime. The determination of Yukimura burns in the next generation team of Rikkai as well. An adrenaline-pumping game will soon be upon us!
About The Prince of Tennis
The Prince of Tennis is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Takeshi Konomi.
An anime television series animated by Trans Arts, co-produced by Nihon Ad Systems and directed by Takayuki Hamana, was broadcast on TV Tokyo from October 10, 2001, to March 30, 2005, spanning a total of 178 episodes.
The story centers around Ryoma Echizen, son of the legendary “Samurai Nanjiro,” who retired very early from his professional tennis career despite his undeniable talent.
At age 12, Ryoma begins attending Seishun Academy Middle School in Tokyo, Japan, and joins its boys’ tennis team.
The title of the series comes from Ryoma’s title, “The Prince of Tennis,” after winning four tournaments back in America before the events of the manga.
Source: TwitterOriginally Written By Epic Dope