yeah there is. they just finished airing them in japan on jan. 29th... i think. there are 26 episodes. i didn't finish the ova yet... on ep. 20 i think.
u can't finded them dubbed. but if you look u can find them online. check veoh.com they have most of the episodes subbed. i have included a summary
of each ep. curotesy of wikipedia.
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OVA series Episodes 1-13: The Nationals Arc
01 "Return of the Prince" March 24, 2006
First match of All-Japan National Tournament: Rokkaku vs. Higa. Ojii explains the Shukuchi Method, and Ryoma comes back from America!
02 "Hot and Cool" May 26, 2006
Seigaku's first round's matches start with Higa Middle School. Ryoma faces Kei Tanishi, and shows his souvenir from America - the Cool Drive, as well as Drive C, a less powerful version of the Cool Drive!
03 "The Fourth Counter" May 26, 2006
Fuji and Kawamura play together in the Doubles 2 match. During the match, Higa's coach signals his player to attack Ryuzaki-sensei with the ball. Fuji and Kawamura get angry at this and start playing at full force. However, it's not that easy because of the Shukuchi Method. Fuji uses his Fourth Counter: Kagerou Zutsumi, a.k.a. Dragonfly Illusion.
04 "Kikumaru All Alone" July 28, 2006
Kikumaru plays Singles 2 against Kai from Higa. During the game, it is shown how hard Kikumaru had trained to raise his stamina. His lateral movement has improved so much that it looks like there are two Kikumarus. This motion is called Seal Step, and it looks as if he has a doppleganger.
05 "The Longest Summer" July 28, 2006
Rikkai Dai's Yagyuu meets Kaidoh and asks him what he would do without his Snake. Kaido then asks Inui to let him play Doubles by himself and see how far he could go without his signature move.
06 "The Man Called Killer" September 22, 2006
Tezuka plays against Higa Chuu's Captain, Eishirou Kite. Kite shows that he would do anything to win, even throwing small pebbles at Tezuka. Tezuka shows everyone his true form using Hyaku Ren Jitoku no Kiwami - The Pinnacle of Hard Work.
07 "The Prince of Beach-Volleyball?!" September 22, 2006
In between matches, Seigaku is now a volleyball team and plays with Rokkaku before training for the next match.
08 "Premonition Before the Storm" November 24, 2006
Hyotei reminisces about their loss at the Kantou tournament and strive to win the quarterfinals against Seigaku.
09 "Heart Not Giving In" November 24, 2006
The first match in the quarterfinals is Oshitari vs Momoshiro! Momoshiro in the Singles 3 Spot shows off his new style of play.
10 "Short-lived Match" January 26, 2007
Doubles 2 match of the quarterfinals: Inui-Kaido pair vs Mukahi-Hiyoshi pair. In a try for a short match against Inui and Kaido, Hiyoshi and Mukahi play with all they've got from the beginning. Also, Kaido and Inui show two new moves!
11 "Tezuka Kunimitsu" January 26, 2007
Tezuka vs Kabaji in Singles 2 of the quarterfinals. An untold history about Tezuka in the Kyûshu Region before his rehabilitation is shown. In the present time, can Tezuka stand up to Kabaji's imitation of himself?
12 "Two Of Us" March 23, 2007
A duel of the Golden Pairs: Kikumaru-Oishi vs Shishido-Ootori. Ootori's improved Neo Scud Serve & the Pile-Mirage formation puts Seigaku's Golden Pair to the test! But the Golden Pair achieves a new state: Synchro! However, the win goes to Hyotei as Kikumaru "prevents" Oishi from hitting the ball further and causing more injury to his wrist.
13 "Deathmatch · King vs Prince" March 23, 2007
In Singles 1, Ryoma faces Atobe to see who advances to the semi-finals of the national tournament. Ryoma uses the State of Self-Actualization, but it is useless against Atobe and his new move, "Koori no Sekai". But Ryoma counters Koori no Sekai with an incomplete version of his father's "Zone" technique, which is the same as the "Tezuka Zone". Eventually, the two go into what seems like a never-ending tie-break.
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OVA series Episodes 14-19: The Nationals Semifinal Arc
14 "Fudoumine vs. Shitenhouji Battle" June 22, 2007
End of Singles 1 match between Hyotei and Seigaku. Shintenhouji faces Fudoumine to see who advances to the semi-finals, and Ryoma meets face-to-face with his new rival.
15 "Roar" June 22, 2007
The Singles 3 match between Fuji and Shiraishi is played. Fuji's Triple Counters fail against Shiraishi's perfect "Bible" tennis, and everything seems to go downhill for Seigaku. As the match moves on, Fuji evolves the Triple Counters and also produces a new final counter called Hecatoncheires no Monban (Gate Keeper of Hecatonchires), which prevents the returned ball from going over the net. However, in the end, Shiraishi's cunning mind finds a way to hit the ball over the net, bringing the game to a tie break. Things go evenly until Fuji hits the ball out of desperation, to where Shiraishi can't reach it. But despite all efforts made, the ball goes out by less than a centimeter giving Shiraishi the win, and disappointing Fuji. It is noted in the following episode when Kawamura says he has never seen Fuji in such a state before.
16 "The Horror of Funny Tennis" September 28, 2007
Doubles 2 with the Momo-Kaido pair. The game favors Shitenhouji thanks to the funny tennis style of the Koharu-Hitouji pair, provoking stress on Seigaku's pair. However, Momo comes up with a clever strategy that surpasses the pair, giving Seigaku the win.
17 "Seigaku's Dead Weight" September 28, 2007
Kawamura plays against Gin, the original creator of the Hadoukyuu, from Shitenhōji. Gin has 108 levels of Hadoukyuu. Kawamura is not able to return even one shot and loses 0-5 games and 0-40 points. After Akutsu awakens him, Kawamura realizes that he must give his all even if he knows he will lose. He then continues and puts his heart and soul into his final shot, what he calls the 'Final Hadoukyuu', which is stronger than Gin's 108 Hadoukyuu styles. Attempting to return Kawamura's shot, Gin injures his wrist severely. Kawamura wins the match by default and he reaches his dream of being the Number One power player of the Nationals!
18 "The Two Doors" January 25, 2008
Doubles 1 turns into a singles match when Tezuka and Chitose decide to duke it out. Inui and Zaizen step aside for their respective captains (Tezuka and Chitose). After Chitose takes the first game with his "Saiki Kanpatsu no Kiwami," Tezuka decides to show Chitose his true power, revealing that he has opened the 2nd door of Muga No Kyōchi. In the end, Tezuka wins with a victory of 6-1. Meanwhile Rikkaidai has a few problems with their opponent Nagoya, and Akaya Kirihara, drenched in blood, has been hit all the way back to fence, making a huge dent...
19 "One-Point Match" January 25, 2008
Seigaku wins the match with Shintenhouji and moves on to the finals. Meanwhile, Rikkaidai's Akaya Kirihara transforms into a demon as they turn around from there to win and face Seigaku in the finals--it is revealed by Rikkaidai's members that they lost the first two matches on purpose to prove Akaya's true potential. Kintarō, unwilling to wait one year to be able to challenge Ryoma again--or Koshimae, as Kintarō calls him--asks Ryoma for a one-point match. In the end the ball splits into half, each half on one side of the court, turning the over-40 minutes match into a draw..
there was a character limit. ill post the final epsiode summaries
OVA series Episode 20-26: The National Tournament Finals Arc
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20 "The Prince of Yakiniku" April 25, 2008
Hyoutei, Shitenhouji, Higa, Seigaku and Rokkaku decide to take a break before the finals, and decide to eat Yakiniku. Here, Eiji jumps to host a Yakiniku eating . Along with the comedies of Inui's pants and his special juices, the players end the night with a ¥1,274,960 bill, along with a ¥63,748 tax.
21 "Summit Showdown!" July 25, 2008
Singles 3 of the finals: Tezuka vs Sanada. Tezuka uses Tezuka Zone, Saiki Kanpatsu no Kiwami, Hyakuren Jitoku no Kiwami and two of his new moves, Tezuka Phantom and Zero-Shiki Serve while Sanada uses his FuuRinKaInZanRai. When it's Sanada's match point, he combines three of his techniques KaRinRai (Fire, Forest, and Lightning) into one deadly attack. Sanada's KaRinRai scrapes the ground and the Zero-shiki serve was defeated. Tezuka tries to return the attack, but his racquet was blown away. Because of the generated force of the KaRinRai, the ball was popped back into the air, upon impact with Tezuka's racquet, heading to Sanada's side of the court. It was shown that Tezuka somehow added some spin to the ball, and it lands on the net. In the end, Sanada defeats Tezuka by a score of 7-5 when the ball drops from the net onto Tezuka's side.
22 "The Way We Play" July 25, 2008
Doubles 2 of the finals: Inui-Kaidoh pair vs Yanagi-Kirihara pair. Inui's best data and Kaidoh's Tornado Snake are ineffective against Rikkaidai's pair. Inui seems ready to give up, but Kaidoh uses Yagyuu's Laser Beam. Kirihara transforms into a demon, purposely aiming at Inui and injuring him severely. Kaidoh turns into a demon himself, but was stopped by Inui. Soon after that, Inui collapses, Seigaku forfeits the match, and Inui is rushed to the hospital. This is the episode when they also find out that Ryoma lost his memory while he was still back in Karuizawa with his father, Echizen Nanjiroh. But while they were training for the National Finals something happened to cause Ryoma to lose all his memory about tennis.
23 "Can you see the Stars in Broad Daylight!?" October 24, 2008
During the Singles 2 match between Fuji and Niou, the latter uses an illusory movement to transform into Tezuka. Aside from the appearance, he also has the ability to copy his signature techniques and playstyle. While Fuji is able to get out of the illusion, Niou creates yet another one, this time being Shiraishi the copied. Will Fuji be able to overcome Niou's dirty tricks or will he falter against his strongest opponent once again!?
24 "The Only One in my Heart" October 24, 2008
As the Golden Pair plays against Marui and Jackal in the Doubles 1 slot, players whom Ryoma had beaten before help him to recover his memory. In the meantime, Tooyama Kintarou challenges Rikkaidai's captain, Seiichi Yukimura, to a single-balled match just to make time for Ryoma to return.
25 "The Prince vs The Child of God" January 23, 2009
After Ryoma recovers his memories, he returns to the field court for his final match against Yukimura, just to find a completely crushed Kintarou, whom Ryoma had a hard time against. How far do Yukimura's abilities extend to?!
26 "Dear Prince~ To the Princes of Tennis." January 23, 2009
Ryoma unlocks the final Muga gate, Teni Muhō No Kiwami (Pinnacle of Perfection), and defeats Yukimura. Seigaku wins the Nationals!