Adrenaline inducing, heart pumping, and thrilling, these are just few words that can very well describe the New Prince of Tennis: Hyotei vs. Rikkai anime movie part 1 that came out on 13th February.
Part 1 ended right as we were about the witness the highly anticipated final match between the two renowned tennis schools.
Although Part 2 of the film was already scheduled for an April release, there was little to no information on what we would witness in the final part.
Now, The New Prince of Tennis: Hyotei vs. Rikkai’s official website has recently unveiled the visuals, and a new PV for Part 2.
It also includes the ending theme song and an insert song for The New Prince of Tennis: Hyotei vs.Rikkai Part 2 releasing April 17 on U-NEXT.
The PV shows all the events leading up to the final U-17 World Cup match that would finalize the winner between Hyotei Academy and Rikkaidai Junior High School.
We can see Yukimura and Atobe having an intense confrontation and Akaya finally getting the chance to show off his skills.
Music unit comprising of both the cast from the Hyotei and Rikkai team will be singing the ending theme song titled “Good Luck Rally.” The insert song snippet titled “For Whom” featured in the PV is sung by the cast of Yukimura and Atobe.
Hyotei vs. Rikkai Part 2 visuals released. The visuals reminiscent of the generational change of each school convey the determination of each of the 3rd and 2nd graders.Twitter Translation, English Translate
We fans finally get two beautifully drawn visuals as we wait for April 17. One shows Atobe and Hiyoshi having a serious conversation, the other shows a determined Akaya ready to show off his skills in front of the opponent.
Although at this point it’s just a guessing game as to who will win the final match. Whoever does, we are bound to have good time watching it unveil.
So, grab a bowl of popcorn and wait for April 17th to see who wins the U-17 World Cup Final: Hyotei or Rikkai!!
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.Originally Written By Epic Dope