|Foreign U-17 Camp||
Golden Age 196
Chris Hopman is an Australian representative.
He is of either Aboriginal or African decent.
He does not like trouble. He told Dorgias to stop causing trouble for the captain and the team.
While 5-1 games ahead, he eventually loses his sense of touch, leaving Jean to defend on his own. Jean is unable to return Black Dragon, therefore they lose the next 6 games.
Playing Styles & Techniques
He, like his captain, is an excellent defensive tennis player. Jean commented that he has strong legs and he is fast. However, he has low mental since he was easily a victim of Yips, losing both his hearing and sense of touch.
|Type of Match||Partner||Opponent(s)||Score|
|vs Japan||Jean Fitzgerald||Genichiro Sanada/Seiichi Yukimura||5-7 (Lost)|
- Hopman is the name of a tournament held in Perth, Australia, called Hopman Cup
- Hopman was named after Harry Hopman, an Australian tennis player.