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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  1. #81
    Shanghai Kid is offline Member Frequent Poster
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    Fuji does not have the mental game to beat Tezuka. This is why his chances of winning are low.

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    He has the mental strength to beat Tezuka. Why? Because they've known each other for 3 years. He knows his play style and he's seen the effects of his techniques. Tezuka is Fuji's rival, so of course he has the mental strength to play him. He has been preparing for a match since forever, so part of his improvement is dedicated to beating Tezuka.

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    toushiro_is_cool is offline Junior Member Newbie
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    i vot 4 fuji. i mean though tezuka is the so called closest to being pro, but you can somewhat predict his playstlye like wat chitose said, but 4 fuji u never know wat he will do so fuji has a higher chance of winning

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    Quote Originally Posted by toushiro_is_cool View Post
    i vot 4 fuji. i mean though tezuka is the so called closest to being pro, but you can somewhat predict his playstlye like wat chitose said, but 4 fuji u never know wat he will do so fuji has a higher chance of winning
    Well, Tezuka hasn't played Fuji since ep 174 (Idk if they played in the manga), but they've both evolved since then, so it could go either way. But I had to vote for Tezuka because he beat Fuji last time they played. And his Hyakuren Jitoku no Kiwami sends his opponent's shot back at them with twice the spin/power. And all Fuji's counters rely on spin, so they would all be sent back at him.

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    The real problem is not HJnK, it is actually Tezuka Zone. If Fuji manages to beat Tezuka Zone he has a giant possibility to beat Tezuka. If Tezuka can't get to the balls he'll never win. And the only part of HJnK that harms Fuji is the strenght enhacing, because his counters gain strength the more spin the ball gets. AND, his counters are now more resistent so it shouldn't be much of a problem [not true]. No, seriously, it will be a problem but if he can resist a smash, with his Kirin Otoshi, it'll be alright analogically.

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    Anybody can play theory tennis.

    How to beat Fuji's triple counters

    1) Tsuname gaeshi - hit to fuji's backhands. If it can't be helped, then return the ball before it hits the ground.
    2) higuma otoshi - don't smash or if you do smash... smash it into the 90% of the court where Fuji is not covering. If Fuji pulls it off, walk back and hit the ball back. Fuji has his back turned and can't return the ball.
    3) hakugei - when it goes up, and comes back down, smash the ball before it hits the ground. If it leads to higuma otoshi, see #2
    Last edited by Shanghai Kid; 11-14-2006 at 07:46 PM.

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    how to be Tezuka

    a) make his shots all hit the net

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cres View Post
    how to be Tezuka

    a) make his shots all hit the net
    The Gatekeeper is done with spin, so Tezuka can return it with Hyakuren Jitoku no Kiwami. Then all Fuji's shots will hit the net.

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    his fith counter is almost unstoppable but still after echizens awaken he gonna own tezuka

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    I have to go with Fuji on this one..even though I adore Tezuka and his superb techniques as well ~.~
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