Chapter Guide
Chapter 147
Golden Age 146: Tacit Consent
Golden Age 148: Real...


Back in the present day, French representative Leopold Camus is spectating the match between Germany and Japan. He comments that Duke just left after the match two years ago and so this is where he went.

In the meantime, Bismarck jumps towards one of Duke's shots, thinking that the Japanese team is definitely stronger than they expected, but that he will change the flow of the match with this shot. However, much to Bismarck's surprise Fuji barely manages to tap the return. Germany has a chance to smash now, but Bismarck is still on the ground. Siegfried comes from behind to finish the point. As he is about to smash he notices that Fuji got back into position to hit Hollyhock Blizzard, so Siegfried instead hits a short cross volley that Fuji cannot reach.

Duke rushes towards the ball, seemingly preparing to slam it back to the German side of the court. But just as Siegfried thinks to himself that any attempt to hit Duke Homerun here will result in the ball going out, Duke instead pulls out a new move - "Duke Bunt."

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New Prince of Tennis Manga Volume 15
Golden Age 138: Ultimate RivalsGolden Age 139: The Ultimate Draw LuckGolden Age 140: The Pre-World Cup Opens!!Golden Age 141: A Perfect AwayGolden Age 142: Turning the TablesGolden Age 143: Goodbye, Tezuka KunimitsuGolden Age 144: My "Guidepost"Golden Age 145: DestroyerGolden Age 146: Tacit ConsentGolden Age 147: Together with DisgraceGolden Age 148: Real...