View Poll Results: (Read post 1 first) Who's the #1 player?

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  • Syuusuke Fuji

    69 47.59%
  • Tezuka Kunimitsu

    76 52.41%
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    Kriokolone is offline Junior Member Newbie
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    I agree with Sylent_Viper , it will probably go 0-2 now, leaving the match to Kawamura's last national match (since all he wants is to be the best power player and now he faces the best), tezuka (in doubles) and guess who

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    I'm a big Fuji fan. I enjoy his style of tennis. I hate anybody who has SOSA as that is just plain unoriginal.

    However I do believe that the author Konomi always intended Tezuka to be Fuji's better. And that he always intended Echizen to be the #1 player.

    Even though Tezuka would beat Fuji... I still think Fuji has a better character design.

    Fuji also lost to Shiraishi. You can argue that he could have done this, or he could have done that, but hindsight is always 20/20. Shiraishi was the better player. Fuji couldn't get the job done.

    Fuji does have his upgraded triple counters, as well as his final counter... however Tezuka has opened the 2nd door of SOSA and can not only copy these, but also return them at twice the power. And we haven't even seen what other new techniques Tezuka will employ in his upcoming match against Shitenhouji.
    Last edited by Shanghai Kid; 10-24-2006 at 01:33 PM.

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    Hmm I seem to have broken the tie. :P I voted Tezuka with support from both the anime and manga.

    Manga - Tezuka is the best player, however Fuji is the most fearsome.
    Manga - Tezuka can use SoSA at will and can even open a door.
    Anime -Tezuka beats Fuji
    Both (I think) - It was said that even the pros have their eyes on Tezuka.

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    Sylent_Viper is offline Senior Member Regular
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shanghai Kid View Post
    Fuji also lost to Shiraishi. You can argue that he could have done this, or he could have done that, but hindsight is always 20/20. Shiraishi was the better player. Fuji couldn't get the job done.
    So you're saying that Atobe is better than Tezuka too? He could have done differently: He could have avoided getting fooled around for hours somehow... but "hindsight is always 20/20". Atobe was the better player. BULLSHIT. Both cases.

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    ^Amen to that, brotha!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by neosystems View Post
    It was said that even the pros have their eyes on Tezuka.
    This is only because Fuji has never really shown his full potential.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kagerou_zutsumi View Post
    This is only because Fuji has never really shown his full potential.
    Fuji's maximum potential was kinda shown in his last match, but loosing didn't leave him in a very advantageous position. I'd say that it was his better if he had used intelligently all his counters once he evolved, but he decided; well, Takeshi Konomi decided, to use only GKoH, probably because if Fuji had done this Shiraishi would have lost which was clearly not the point. Shiraishi would have won even if he had gotten an incurable disease and played with a bat.
    Last edited by Sylent_Viper; 10-25-2006 at 08:30 PM.

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    Iunno, i wouldn't say it's Fuji's MAXIMUM potential, but I think he was playing seriously. If that was Fuji's Max potential, that means he can't get any better. But then again, IMO, Fuji can't get better because he is perfect at tennis. hahah.

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    Amen to that right back at ya

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    Atobe vs Tezuka: Atobe won the match... therefore Atobe was the better player for that match.

    Shiraishi vs Fuji: Shiraishi won the match... therefore Shiraishi was the better player for that match.

    Everyone talks about potentials... but Fuji doesn't have the ability to reach his max potential. He keeps on fooling around. This is why Tezuka will always be better then Fuji.

    In a matchup... the player who wins is the better player for that match. Simple as that. No ifs ands or buts. This is the cardinal rule. If you lose a match... then the other player was the better player for that match.

    Konomi sensei... the Author of Prince of TEnnis Manga... also had the final say in the Fuji vs Tezuka match in the Anime. Tezuka won. If you want to argue... argue with the creator of the PRince of tennis universe because he agrees that Tezuka is the better player. Argue with the guy who created both tezuka and fuji.

    Next.
    Last edited by Shanghai Kid; 10-25-2006 at 07:08 PM.

 

 
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