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Ace wo Nerae! (live-action TV )
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Aim for the Ace!
Objectionable content: Mild
Plot Summary: On her first day at Nishi High School, 16-year-old Hiromi Oka watches star tennis player Reika Ryuuzaki practicing in the court, prompting her to join the Tennis Club in hopes of befriending Reika. One day, a man named Jin Munakata enters the court and addresses himself as the Tennis Club's new coach and has the club undergo rigorous training. Despite her inexperience, Hiromi's perseverance prompts Munakata to select her as one of the club's five regular players. She receives peer pressure from her seniors at first, but shortly proves them wrong by using her full potential to defeat her opponents and become a top tennis player.
Running time: 46 minutes per episode
Number of episodes: 9
Episode titles: We have 9
Vintage: 2004-01-15 to 2004-03-11
Release dates: We have 1
"エースをねらえ！(Ace wo Nerae! [Aim for the Ace!])" by Hiromi
"Ai no Tame ni" by Aya Ueto
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