|Foreign U-17 Camp||
Golden Age 196
Jean Fitzgerald is the captain of the Australian U-17 World Cup Team.
He has a chubby face with (presumably) blonde hair. He has light beard.
He is an honest person. When Dorgias know the team cannot win without his advice, Jean bows down to Dorgias and apologizes and asks him to continue to help Australia conquer the world.
While 5-1 games ahead, Chris 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 is the captain but he is not the strongest player on the team. He is an excellent defensive player. Noah Dorgias suggested the first doubles match should be played by defensive players since the Japanese team would most likely be offensive players. Jean fits this strategy.
|Type of Match||Partner||Opponent(s)||Score|
|vs Japan||Chris Hopman||Genichiro Sanada/Seiichi Yukimura||5-7 (Lost)|
- Fitzgerald, in English, means "Mighty spearholder's son".
- His Chinese name is 约翰 菲茨杰拉德, which translates to John Fitzgerald.