Elevating the game both on and off the court since 1970. Prince is an icon on and off the court, capturing a lifestyle synonymous with the brand’s legacy and the players that made it famous
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Prince Classic racquets utilize a variety of classic Prince technologies, including the Cross Bar Stabilizer to increase stability, the Double Bridge to dampen vibration, and the GraphiteExtreme composite to increase power and maneuverability.
Designed to help all tennis players with their equipment carrying needs. Whether your a pro or an amateur Prince makes a bag that will get your gear safely to the court with style and function.
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The Prince of Tennis (Japanese: テニスの王子様, Hepburn: Tenisu no Ōjisama) is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Takeshi Konomi.The manga was serialized in Shueisha's Weekly Shōnen Jump from July 1999 to March 2008, with its chapters collected in forty-two tankōbon volumes.
The Prince of Tennis. (2019) Lu Xia is a tennis prodigy who lived overseas since he was a child with his parents. He has inherited his father's outstanding strength and tennis talent. However, trapped under the shadow of his father, Lu Xia only sees tennis as a tool to win over him, losing the passion and happiness in playing tennis altogether.
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If you’re a The Prince of Tennis fan, you’re going to love-love this announcement from the 20th anniversary event— The Prince of Tennis II: U-17 World Cup, the franchise’s first TV anime in ten years, has been announced for 2022! A teaser visual was released with the tagline, “To a world yet unseen…”.
The company was founded in 1970 by Robert H. McClure of Princeton, New Jersey (hence the name Prince) as a manufacturer of tennis ball machines, and went on to manufacture rackets. Howard Head, founder of the Head Ski Company, took tennis lessons following his retirement (his company was acquired by AMF in 1969). He used one of the tennis ball machines made by Prince, but was frustrated by his slow improvement in the game.