She is often proud of her own prowess and of her pupils', but is otherwise very calm and professional. He is trained by Ryuzaki during middle school and eventually becomes a professional after leaving Japan. He is voiced by in Japanese media Erik Davies in English media, and portrayed by in. Further information: Twelve-year-old Ryoma Echizen is a tennis who has won four American Junior Tennis tournaments. Later, it's revealed he used to be 5th on the U-17 team, and then later he's shown to be the old 1, and defeated Byoudouin.
He is stated to change the color periodically. The racquet combined with his training regiment allows him to always hit to the same spot on his opponents side regardless of placement, which frustrates his opponents. He is voiced by Kazuya Sueyoshi in Japanese media, and played by Takeshi Hayashino in the musicals. His dives and flips often astonish the spectators and often gets grudging praise from his opponents helping Eiji focus. The series developed into a and has had numerous other adaptations outside of the animated incarnation.
Kevin largely copies Ryoma's tennis style, but also utilizes a highly destructive style of tennis as a show of power, possibly to reinforce the fact that he refuses to a weakling like his dad was. Also, his best subject at school is English, while his worst is Japanese. He can also nullify other's use of Hadokyu. He is voiced by in Japanese media, played by Airu Shiozaki and Atsushi Kimura 2nd season in the musicals, and by in the live action film. Currently the youngest player on the high school first string, being only a high school 1st year. He is voiced by in Japanese media, and played by Yutaka Matsuzaki and Yuuki Tomotsune 2nd season in the musicals.
His strengths include his ability to analyze his opponents' abilities during the match and adapt his own play accordingly to take advantage of their weaknesses. The at Fudomine were brutalized severely by the older tennis club members, while the coach ignored the mistreatment. Unlike him, he focuses on skill as well. By this time, he learns to legitimately enjoy tennis and loses most of his violent tendencies, and becomes one of the 14 middle schoolers chosen for the All-Japan U-17 team, though he keeps insisting he's only playing tennis again so as to finally beat Ryoma. High student against Jin Akutsu. He's also an excellent defensive player alongside the only one in Seigaku who specializes in playing doubles.
He is portrayed by Jiro Morikawa in the musicals. A let occurs when a legally delivered ball lands in the service box having touched the net cord. In The New Prince of Tennis it's shown that Ryoga and Ryoma used to be very close when they were kids. He is often bullied in some sorts by his older siblings, Ryoma and Momoko Momoshiro. He is known for completing his official matches in under 15 minutes and his high level of concentration, which never seems of waver no matter how long he plays.
The second of Rikkaidai's Three Demons, he comes from a very traditional family, is stern and noble, plays with honor though condescendingly so , and expects the best from himself and his teammates. After Yamabuki loses in the Nationals, Sengoku tells him that it will be up to him in the following season. Sophocles then wrote plays that required a third actor, euripides play Hippolytus may be considered to have two protagonists. He eventually develops it to the point where he is able to anticipate the spin of the tennis ball by looking at the way his opponent hits it and apply the proper counterspin. Tezuka is her husband, Inui as the son in-law, Oishi as the daughter, Ryoma Echizen, Kaoru Kaidoh and Takeshi Momoshiro Momoko are the grandchildren. They try to use those three weapons to defeat opponents before the matches get drawn out.
Mikiya Banda was able to recruit him under the promise of being able to hurt others legally and that he may leave once he loses. Although focused, he's a very polite person, and concerned for the welfare of others. According to his bio, Ryoga is Ryoma's half-brother, who was living with the Echizens after his original mother died, and then moving with his aunt. Tezuka then starting playing tennis with one of the team members, but lost because he now has a fear of lifting his shoulder. He is also known as the Mental Assassin, as eye contact with him at close range can greatly increase the stress and anxiety a player feels, which translates into committing many unforced errors. Other than that, the guy is extremely quirky, in a way that almost gets him labeled as a Strange Dude.
Fuji later admits to Tezuka that this is due to the fact that he has zero motivation to win, at least prior to the Nationals. Koharu notes that Kaido was often mistaken for a girl back in Kindergarten and was sometimes forced to wear a skirt, crying a lot as a result, implying that Kaido's tough demeanor is merely a front to hide his insecurities. She became his little coach and after her Yips, a medical condition where the body's muscles stiffen because nervousness, kicked in during a match, Tezuka told her about the only way to get over it is to train and will build confidence. He is skilled in hitting balls without a spin and reaching balls close to the ground, due to his experience with clam digging. Momoshiro and are eternal rivals, and constantly try to out-do each other. Rudolph, prior to Mizuki's arrival and subsequent recruiting of other skilled players. She is voiced by in the Japanese media, and Jennifer Sekiguchi in the English media.
Oshitari has been popular since his introduction in the series, and has done well on all of the Prince of Tennis character popularity polls run by Weekly Shonen Jump since then. He is currently cultivating a new path called Intellitennis. The two rely on and know each other thoroughly, which allows them to predict each other's moves without any signals. It consists of an ideal story-telling mechanism, combining art, characterization, cinematography. He has a slight crush on and is rivals with Akira Kamio for her attention. In both the third and fourth polls, he came in 13th place. Since his initial appearance, Atobe has become one of the most popular characters in The Prince of Tennis series.