• "The Prince of Tennis II: U-17 World Cup" Episode 6 is airing Wednesday
  • The episode will stream on Crunchyroll
  • The anime is based on Takeshi Konomi's original work

Japan's first match against the host country Australia begins in "The Prince of Tennis II: U-17 World Cup" Episode 6. The next episode is titled "Absolute Away Game."

The official synopsis of Episode 6 reveals the Australians, who defeated powerful Switzerland, are set to take on Japan.

In the Doubles 2 match, Genichiro Sanada and Seiichi Yukimura are up against Australia U-17's Jean Fitzgerald and Chris Hopman. Sanada and Yukimura's pair is blocked from attacking by the opponents' Australian formation.

Meanwhile, Ralph feels the heart in Ryoma who is watching the match between Japan and Australia.

In the Doubles 1 match, Keigo Atobe and Shusuke Fuji are taking on Milky Millman and Mac McGregor. Some astonishing developments come to light as the match begins.

The previous episode revolved around Japan's matches against Greece. Ryoma was seen practicing at night and he was advised not to overdo it before the main match.

Meanwhile, fans were lining up outside the stadium for Block B's first round in the U-17 World Cup Group.

"When tennis phenom Ryoma Echizen is kicked out of Japan's elite U-17 training camp for breaking the rules, he's despondent. But a stroke of good luck hits when he's able to try out for the U.S. team," read the official synopsis of "The Prince of Tennis II: U-17 World Cup" anime, according to Crunchyroll. "Proving himself against their hardened veterans isn't going to be easy, and if he is accepted, he'll have to play against his former friends. Can he help his new brothers smash their way to victory?"

"The Prince of Tennis II: U-17 World Cup" anime is based on the original story by Takeshi Konomi. Its opening theme song, "I can fly," is performed by Yoshiki Ezaki and Bleecker Chrome. The ending theme song, "Dear Friends," is by TeniPri Artistars.

"The Prince of Tennis II: U-17 World Cup" Episode 6 is set to broadcast this Wednesday. Fans in the U.S. can watch the episode online on Crunchyroll. The installment will live stream in Japanese with English subtitles.

The anime is titled "Shin Tennis no Ōji-sama U-17 World Cup" in Japanese.