Yesterday I was walking into school, which means I have to go past these construction areas by the building, right. There are a couple of fenced-in lots there, and I walk by them every day. Yesterday, though, I finally realized what they were. Tennis courts. Old, abandoned tennis courts. There are no nets on them, just the seven lines to tell you what they'd once been , in their glory days. I fell over while trying to flail squeebily and cry at the same time, and was asked by two guys and an old lady whether I was all right. I couldn't answer coherently. I think I'm lucky they didn't call an ambulance.
(found, neatly folded, at the bottom of Tezuka Kunimitsu's tennis bag; never given to the intended recipient)
Although we will be attending different schools in the coming year, it would be careless not to hone our tennis skills with each other. I would like to schedule regular practices for the two of us.
You are the pillar of Seigaku, but you will also, always, be my pillar.
(found by Tezuka, folded inside of the note at the bottom of his tennis bag)
It's a good thing I look through your tennis bag sometimes. If you want to ask me out, you should just say so. I'll say yes.
(found in Echizen Ryoma's locker)
You shouldn't go through other people's things.
(found between the pages of Tezuka Kunimitsu's science textbook)
Buchou, are you going to ask me out or not?
(found, neatly folded, at the bottom of Echizen Ryoma's tennis bag)
(found taped to the outside of Tezuka Kunimitsu's locker, causing much consternation among the Seigaku tennis team as they tried to puzzle out its meaning)
I thought you said you shouldn't go through other people's things. Mada mada da ne.
Are you free on Saturdays?
(found taped to the inside of Echizen Ryoma's locker, causing some, but not all, of the consternation to be cleared up)
Don't get careless.
Saturdays are fine.