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The Most Popular Animated Tennis Television Series Announces Good News for Fans

Published 10/11/2021, 4:46 AM EDT

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There is some great news coming for fans throughout the world. The Prince of Tennis recently announced that it will be releasing its new TV anime series after almost a decade.

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Actually, the Prince of Tennis is celebrating the 20th anniversary of its anime’s original debut in 2021 and therefore, decided to deliver something extraordinary for their fans. The excitement in fans is already quite high since it is the most fascinating tennis television series.


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It’s time for the Prince of Tennis II: U-17 World Cup

Interestingly, the franchise declared that the new anime series will be ‘Prince of Tennis II: U-17 World Cup’. Its first poster has been launched and the show will be released in Japan next year.

As the name of suggests, the show will be in continuation of the series ‘Prince of Tennis’ but will feature middle-aged students this time. They all will compete in the under-17 category and will try their level best to become the National champions.


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While the trailer of the show is still not out yet, the teaser is expected to get released really soon.

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All you need to know about the cast of the new anime series


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Interestingly, many crew members have returned for the show even after 10 years. Just like last time, Akiharu Ishii will serve as the chief animation director, Mitsutaka Hirota will be the incharge of the scripts, and Chihiro Tamaki will once again fulfill the responsibility of composing the music.

Similarly, fans will see most of the cast members back on the show. The list includes Junko Minagawa as Ryoma Echizen, Ryotaro Okiayu as Kunimitsu Tezuka, Hiroki Yasumoto as Hoo Byodoin, Junichi Suwabe as Keigo Atobe, Sachiko Nagai as Seiichi Yukimura, Yoshimasa Hosoya as Kuranosuke Shiraishi, Tarusuke Shingaki as Eishiro Kite, and Mamoru Miyano as Ryoga Echizen.


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Thus, the excitement for ‘Prince of Tennis II: U-17 World Cup’ is already going through the tennis fandom like a wait. Who will become the National champion this time?

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Anshul Singh


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Anshul Singh is a Tennis author at EssentiallySports, currently pursuing Journalism Honors from Delhi University. Having significant experience with content, Anshul has authored over 1000 tennis articles. He has previously worked as a writer and an editor for DU Express, penning riveting articles on sports, politics, and culture.
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