P2! -let's Play Pingpong!- - Story

Story

The series is about Hiromu Aikawa, a small yet slightly unathletic middle school boy. Finding himself with a competitive streak that forces him to embarrass himself, he attempts and fails to join twelve separate sports clubs with little success. However as he is about to give up, he wanders into the practice area for the school ping-pong team, which inspires him to at least make another attempt into a sport. Although he nearly fails, his courage and determination in front of the club heads allow him to join the club and start playing ping-pong.

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