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Prince of Tennis II Releases New Trailer, Key Art

A new trailer and key visual for The Prince of Tennis II: U-17 World Cup are released, revealing new characters and the voice actors behind them.

A new trailer and key visual for The Prince of Tennis II: U-17 World Cup have been revealed, highlighting the anime’s international surge to come.

As reported by Crunchyroll, the visual and trailer dropped during AnimeJapan 2022, giving fans a glimpse of the many new anime characters that will be coming from all over the world. Several voice actors behind these characters have also been revealed, including Kentaro Tone (Haikyu!! to the top) who will perform Jürgen Barrisavich Bork from Germany, Tomokazu Seki (good suitor) like Zeus Iriopoulos of Greece and Subaru Kimura (Tokyo avengers) as JJ Dolgias from Australia. Kazuyuki Okitsu (Suzerain) and Natsuki Hanae (Rust Eater Bisco) will voice Alexander Amadeus of Switzerland and Prince Ludwig Chardar of France respectively.

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These voice actors join several members of the original king of tennis cast, who have been confirmed to reprise their classic roles for The Prince of Tennis II: U-17 World Cup. This includes Junko Minagawa (black clover) as the protagonist Ryoma Echizen, Ryōtarō Okiayu (shaman king) like Kunimitsu Tezuka and Junichi Suwabe (The night beyond the tricorn window) as Keigo Atobe.

The Prince of Tennis Takeshi Konomi’s manga series was originally between 1999 and 2008 in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine. The story follows tennis prodigy Ryoma as he and other members of the Seishun Academy tennis club strive to win the middle school national tennis championship. The manga was adapted into a 178-episode anime series by Trans Arts, which originally aired from 2001 to 2005.

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Apparently following the events of Konomi The Prince of Tennis 2 manga sequel, The Prince of Tennis II: U-17 World Cup will take place after the national tournament depicted in the original anime and will see Ryoma take part in an intense and meritocratic training camp. It is directed by Keiichiro Kawaguchi (sketch dance) with Mitsutaka Hirota (Yu Gi Oh! TRUE) supervising the composition of the series, Akiharu Ishii (Blood +) designing the characters and Daisuke Hiraki (My darling dressing) in charge of editing.

The Prince of Tennis II: U-17 World Cup set to release in July 2022 following the release of another entry in the king of tennis franchise, Ryoma! The Prince of Tennis. While Ryoma! The Prince of Tennis originally premiered in Japan in 2021, it is set to make its theatrical debut in the United States on May 12. Directed by Hiroshi Koujina (The vampire dies in no time), the film follows Ryoma as he is transported back in time when his father competed in his infamous tennis match at the US Open.

The first 50 episodes of the original king of tennis anime series are available to stream on Hulu.

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Source: Crunchyroll, Youtube

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