The Prince of Tennis Sets New Anime Release Window With First Trailer And Poster

The Prince of Tennis has set a release window for its big return to anime with the first trailer and poster for The Prince of Tennis II: U-17 World Cup. Fans might have noticed how Takeshi Konomi’s original manga franchise has returned in recent years. years as it celebrates its monumental 20th anniversary. This has resulted in several OVA episodes going head-to-head with the series’ best matches, a fully CG animated movie set between the first and second parts of the series, and finally now it’s coming back with its first new series of TV anime in a decade.

The Prince of Tennis will make its return to anime this July as part of the 2022 summer anime schedule. Picking up from where The Prince of Tennis II’s anime run left off all those years ago, this new series will jump back into the swing of things as it continues. Ryoma through the next phase of tournaments as he takes on some of the world’s greatest. talented players in the main World Cup tournament. To get an idea of ​​what to expect from the new series, you can check out the first trailer and poster for The Prince of Tennis II: U-17 World Cup below:

New cast additions revealed in the new trailer include the likes of Hiroki Takahashi as Ralph Rhinehart, Kenjiro Tsuda as Dodo Obando, Takayuki Kondo as Kiko Balentien, Naru Kawamoto as Alan Hopkins, Masaya Onosaka as Rocky Meredith, Kohei Kiyasu as Maxwell, Kentaro Tone as Jurgen Borisovich Volk, Tomokazu Seki as Zeus Iliopoulos, Subaru Kimura as JJ Dorgias, Kazuyuki Okitsu as Alexander Amadeus, and Natsuki Hanae as Prince Ludovic Chardard. These new additions to the cast will join the returning voices of 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.

Directed by Keiichiro Kawaguchi (returning from the previous Prince of Tennis II anime) for Studio Kai and MSC, The Prince of Tennis II: U-17 World Cup also features Mitsutaka Hirota as screenwriter and Akiharu Ishiii as character designer. The opening theme song for the series is titled “I Can Fly”. performed by Yoshiki Ezaki and Bleecker Chrome, and the ending is titled “Dear Friends” performed by TeniPri Artistars. If you wanted to watch The Prince of Tennis II to catch up before this new anime premieres next year, you can now find it streaming with Funimation. It is described as such:

“High school students fiercely fought against each other in a national tournament. Now, 50 chosen representatives return to fight again as high school students! The stage is the U-17 (Under Seventeen) Japanese Representative Training Camp. The students of High school students have been invited for the first time to a camp known for producing the best Japanese tennis players. National champions from Seigaku, Hyotei, Rikkai, Shitenhoji… With all the rivals from the national tournament in attendance, everyone eagerly awaits their reunion. don’t expect much from their high school opponents. However, training camp isn’t that easy! Athletes with skills unmatched by the ones they’ve faced before and their mysterious coach appear before them. Faced with numerous demanding challenges, can the high school students survive in this meritocratic boot camp?The new chapter! The “Prince of Tennis” thing starts here! The curtain rises on a new stage–“

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