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    whatsntomake is offline Member Frequent Poster
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    Default Momo as singles 3?

    Momo playing against ootori - is seigaku stupid? Oh yea seigaku didn't know the playing order of hyotei -_-.

    Still honestly I can understand how great of a player momo is - but its singles 3 - you should use fuji. Fuji is a gauranted win, whereas momo is still a liability. Flame all you want but my idea is to use the strongest.

    Ideal seigaku formation for finals.

    1) doubles 2- consisting of a combination of Inui + Kaidoh or replace kaidoh with kamawaras unreturnable balls.
    2) doubles 1- golden pair
    3) singles 3 - fuji
    4) singles 2 - echizen or tezuka
    5) singles 1 - echizen or tezuka (whichever wasn't picked for singles 1)

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    magictos is offline Senior Member Long Time Member
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    first of all, the one who set the order is that Ryuzaki, who i think is one of the worst coach in PoT, i think she doesn't know much about tennis.. the biggest thing she achieved in her life is 'discovering Nanjiroh'

    second, i think before the nationals, Tezuka said something about Momo's potential of becoming a very good player, but he just needs to fight stronger opponent to make him grow..

    3. it sucks that fuji wasn't there.. it's true though.. fuji is a guaranteed win, but then again.. both tezuka and Ryuzaki were doing it so that Momo can improve.. i think..

    besides.. he didn't play in Higa Chuu, so it's not fair not to let him fight in this match

    but the thing i was upset the most is.. the singles 1 should've been tezuka.. i'd rather see Tezuka x Atobe match

    then: we could enjoy a better match, and atobe wouldn't have to lose his hair

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    nani is offline Member Newbie
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    .. the part about momo missing two matches in a row and
    Just like how Tezuka told ryuzaki to allow echizen to play singles 1 against rikkaidai
    He wants momo to evolve and get better because tezuka feels his duty as a captain is to make his team better and win
    But i do agree that your formation is the strongest for the nationals assuming that oishi's wrist is fine...
    And DONT USE KAWAMURA... kaidoh is soo much better
    but as far as making the series more interesting...
    For example.. its much more interesting watching inui play renji with the history that they had between them than having like a fuji play him

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    whatsntomake is offline Member Frequent Poster
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    lol that is true inui and tezuka doubles should be interesting

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    nani is offline Member Newbie
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    Omfg We Agreed On Something !?!?!??!?!?!

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    Gray_Zero is offline Senior Member Frequent Poster
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gray_Zero
    oh and dude its not Ootori, its Oshitari
    i wrote that in your other post as well
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