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    ghrghr is offline Junior Member Newbie
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    chitose wont play?? kind of strange.
    anyways the semifinals should be nice

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    EggmaniMN is offline Junior Member Newbie
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    Chitose isn't playing because he isn't on the team anymore.

    Chitose was only playing because he wanted to play against Tachibana again. He was sure that if he kept playing tennis, he would get to see Tachibana again. Not only that, but playing with Tachibana gave him the courage to step through the first door of SOSA so he left without regrets afterwards.


    I'm most curious as to why Shiraishi's arm is actually bandaged up.

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    The line-up of Seigaku against Shitenhouji is:

    Singles 3: Fuji vs. Shiraishi

    Doubles 2: Momo/Kaidou vs. Konjiki/Hitouji

    Singles 2: Taka vs. Gin

    Doubles 1: Tezuka/Inui vs. Kenya/Zaizen

    Singles 1: Echizen vs. Kin-chan

    It's said that Zaizen (D1) is suppose to be a tensai. At least that's what the coaches were saying during the conversation. It's an interesting line-up if you ask me.
    Fuji is a tensai and Shiraishi is captain of Shitenhouji. I'm interested why Shiraishi has bandages on both hands and how strong he really is.
    We don't know much about their D2, but we know Momo and Kaidoh very well. Should be a good match.
    S2 is going to be power match for sure. Kawamura said that he wanted to be no.1 Power Player of Nationals and we know that Gin is the brother of Ishida Tetsu (Fudomine) and taught him the Hadoukyuu. Kawamura learned it from Tetsu, so this is great chance to see how strong Kawamura really is.
    D1 is an interesting pair. Tezuka and Inui. We know that Inui can play doubles, but can we say the same about Tezuka. Furthermore, Inui is actually a Singles player (Kaidoh said that himself during the Rikkai match of Inui) and Tezuka is well-know for his Singles skills. I wonder how good this pair is together and what they can do against Shitenhouji's pair. We know that Kenya is very fast (even faster than Kamio). Zaizen is an unknown player, but as I mentioned before he's suppose to be tensai. I can only hope that this will be a good match.
    S1 is the long-awaited match of Echizen against Kintarou. The two freshmen that both have defeated other school's aces. I wonder how this match will turn out (but probably Echizen will win this one again).

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    If it gets to Echizen he will have to win, seeing as it's Singles 1 and if he doesn't it will mean they don't go to the finals.
    Could someone explain the Chitose leaving in more detail? is he leaving the club only, or is he stopping tennis?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Izaon
    If it gets to Echizen he will have to win, seeing as it's Singles 1 and if he doesn't it will mean they don't go to the finals.
    Could someone explain the Chitose leaving in more detail? is he leaving the club only, or is he stopping tennis?

    this is my speculation based on what i have read on this thread. He only recover to play tennis once again to play against tachibana kippei. After achieving his goal, he quits? Also about Tezuka playing in a doubles match, that is a long awaited match. I finally get to see it =D. And we all know it'll go down to s1 where echizen wins.

    just making sure. Tensai = genius/prodigy correct? Im chinese and i think its pretty close to the canto pronounciation(well sorta close).

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    Chitose quit the club, because he only wanted to play against Tachibana again. Not win the Nationals actually. Now that he has played against him, he feels satisfied and that's why he quit the club.

    And Tensai is indeed genius/prodigy.

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    this is my thought

    like the others singles 3 would be kintarou vs. echizen
    doubles 2: kikumaru-taka
    singles 2: fuji
    doubles 1; inui-momoshiro or inui kaidoh
    singles 1; tezuka

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    Quote Originally Posted by aznskman
    this is my thought

    like the others singles 3 would be kintarou vs. echizen
    doubles 2: kikumaru-taka
    singles 2: fuji
    doubles 1; inui-momoshiro or inui kaidoh
    singles 1; tezuka
    No need to speculate anymore. The line-up has been announced already. A very surprising line-up if you ask me.

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    magictos is offline Senior Member Long Time Member
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    really? can u PM me about it.. i can't read Japanese XD

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    Doubles 1:
    Eiji and Inui xD
    I just wanna try something different by mixing two totally different playing styles together

    Doubles 2:
    Kaidoh and Momo
    i liked their playing style xD

    Singles 3:
    Fuji
    Kick their ass!!

    Singles 2:
    Royma
    Mada mada Dane...

    Singles 1:
    Tezuka
    Run twenty laps around the field... -_______________-

 

 
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