Background. Rin Hirakoba is the only member of Higa Chuu who likes fair play. He uses Habu, which has the stance of a smash, except that it curves while bouncing, and Giant Habu, which curves immediately after leaving the racket, though it causes his hand to go numb, limiting it to one use per match. He is one of the only players to stand up to Coach Saotome, refusing an order to attack Seigaku 's coach, because he felt the match was more interesting.
Giant Habu. Shot Type. Overhead Smash. Spin. Unknown. Class. Offensive. An enhanced and more complicated Habu which is far more difficult to return. Whereas the Habu only curves after the ball lands, the Giant Habu curves immediately after leaving the racket.
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Ryoma Echizen is the protaginst of the popular anime and manga in Japan, Prince of Tennis. The reason why he is the "prince of tennis" is because he is the son of one of the greatest tennis players, "Nanjiro Echizen". Throughout the series, Echizen is a Freshman in the middle school "Seigaku". He joins their tennis club and after beating key players in the interrankings, he is part of the Seigaku Tennis club.
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Habu. Shot Type. Serve, Overhead Smash, Stroke. Spin. Unknown. Class. Offensive. The ball curves wildly after it bounces. It can be used as a serve, a smash and even a forehand.
Like Mukahi, he has stamina issues, something he overcomes by The New Prince of Tennis. In the fourth popularity poll for the series conducted by Shonen Jump, Hiyoshi came in 10th place. He is portrayed by Ryunosuke Kawai, Kei Hosogai, (2nd season) Daiki Ise, and (3rd season) Utsumi Akiyoshi in the musicals.
In the anime and manga series The Prince of Tennis, a character by the name of Tōyama Kintarō is the youngest regular member of the Shitenhoji Middle School tennis team. He is named after Kintarō, and shares his namesake's amazing superhuman strength.
Prince of Tennis follows the Seigaku Tennis Club and its bid to make it to the Junior National Tournament Finals. Central to the plot is Ryoma Echizen, a freshman tennis prodigy. Returning to Japan after spending four years in America, Ryoma manages to not only wow the seniors at Seigaku, but also easily secures a place as a “regular” – something unheard of for a freshman.