Interestingly, the sports genre in anime gives us a sense of motivation to get moving. In this article, we discuss the upcoming Love All Play Episode 9. For example, Haikyuu!! Is an anime about volleyball that has managed to inspire people to pick up the sport in Japan. If not that it has at least managed to motivate people into believing in themselves. Luckily, it isn’t the only anime that has done that. Recently, the anime Love All Play has become a hot topic in the sports genre. Because of this, fans have been anticipating Love All Play Episode 9.
Love All Play is adapted from a novel series written by Asami Koseki. The anime adaptation is produced by the studios Nippon Animation and OLM. Its first episode was released on the 2nd of April 2022. Additionally, a manga illustrated by Dam Miyata was released on the 8th of April 2022.
Love All Play Episode 8 Recap
Episode 8 of Love All Play focuses more on the daily life of Ryou and his friends as high-schoolers. The episode is titled “Summer Breeze” and is directed and written by Yuki Morita and Yuuichi Orikasa, respectively. The episode opens up with Ryou in the staff room talking to his teacher about his grades. Like most sports anime protagonists, it is important for them to keep up with their grades.
Unfortunately, Ryou seems to be failing his classes. What is even more unfortunate for him regarding this situation is that he cannot afford to lower his grades as he joined Yokohama Minato High School through a recommendation. Things get worse for him when his father confronts him about his grades. If he keeps his grade low, his father would pull him out of his club activities.
Determined to study hard, he ends up falling asleep on his desk and ends up getting a fever. This also meant that he would not be able to go to the national tournament with his team. Meanwhile, since Yokohama has a strong team, they manage to advance to the finals. However, most of his teammates lose their matches in the finals. Ryou, not being able to do much, feels helpless. Luckily, Yusa manages to win the double crown winner title, and Yokohama ends up in third place.
The next day, Ryou’s friends decide to visit him at his place and come across his sister, Rika. It is then revealed that Yusa’s reason for joining the school was Rika as he fell in love with “the girl in the poster”. Funnily enough, Yusa cried when Rika refused to go on a date with him. Ryou, still determined to grow stronger, decides to work harder than before.
Love All Play Episode 9 Release Date
The next episode for Love All Play, that is episode 9, will be released on the 28th of May 2022. The episode will be named “Gasshuku” or “Training Camp”. As of now, there is no information available regarding the director, writer, and storyboard artist for Love All Play episode 9. But feel free to visit OtakuKart for more updates.
What is the Anime About?
As mentioned above, like every sports anime Love All Play introduces us to an ambitious character. However, this character did not find any connection with the sports initially. It tells us the story of Ryou Mizushima. Ryou and his friends had to join a club in middle school and ended up joining the badminton club. The more time he spent in the club activities he began to like the sport. However, like most things, his life as a middle schooler came to an end. Not only this but he decided to play badminton for fun in high school.
But little did he know that while he was having fun with badminton, someone was watching his skills. He was scouted by the badminton coach of Yokohama Minato High School. This school is known to have one of the best badminton teams. Over here, he also meets Kento Yusa, a skilled badminton player. With his new coach and determination, he joins the school and decides to become the best badminton player.
Where to watch Love All Play Episode 9?
You can watch Love All Play episode 9, as well as the upcoming episodes, on the online streaming platform Crunchyroll. New episodes for Love All Play is released every Saturday at 17:30 (JST). You can also watch Love All Play on Ani-One Asia’s YouTube channel.