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30 Days of Prince of Tennis - Day 19

A match that should have happened, but didn't
Late again. Busy with intern teaching x.x




The Emperor verses The King
And they need to finish their match this time!

So no interruptions from Coach Sakaki *coughJrSeletionCampcough* or Yukimura *coughtNationalTournamentOVAcough* XD

Their match would be epic. Seriously. And interesting 'cause Atobe likes those TOUGH ENDURANCE MATCHES that span many episodes/chapters (and features glorified shots of his abs when he reaches up) and Sanada likes using all of his STRONG MANLY POWER to crush his opponents as quickly and brutally as possible (as he glares intensely at their demise).

And a Yukimura verses Shiraishi match would be fantastic as well. They both seem to like waiting for their opponent to mess up to gain their points and they know they can easily score on the opponent when they want to. They're both considered to be flawless beings so it would be exciting to see the outcome.

Lastly, an Oshitari cousin match would be full of win. And constant bickering. But disregarding that… lightning speed against an unrevealing player. May the best man win!

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( 3 Admirers — Katsu no wa Hyotei )
nemesisz
Mar. 2nd, 2011 08:58 am (UTC)
How I would love to see a ShiraYuki match...
absolutehymn007
Mar. 3rd, 2011 02:34 am (UTC)
Me too! It would be kind of long I'd imagine since one of their strongest tennis skills is returning any shot with absurd efficiency. Maybe they'd give Atobe a run for his money for the longest match ever xD
maya_hayashi
Mar. 20th, 2011 09:02 pm (UTC)
Manly versu manly (Atobe vs. Sanada) and Girly vs. more girly :D (Shiraishi vs. Yuki) XDD Oh yes :D That would kill :D

/kidnaps Sakaki and takes Yuki for herself.
NOW YOU CAN SEE SANADA VS ATOBE WITHOUT INTERRUPTIONS! :D
( 3 Admirers — Katsu no wa Hyotei )

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