In this chapter, we learn that canon has just beaten carlos in straight sets. He's now up 2-1 in the match, and he's confident that he'll win the match in three minutes or less. We're also told that canon's serving his ace so fast that it's hard for the opponent to keep up, and that's just the beginning of the end of the match. We also learn that the guy who said that the match would be settled within three minutes is probably a foreigner, not canon. We learn that there's still a minute and a half until the match is over, and canon is worried that he won't be able to finish the match on time. He thinks that the way he serves his ace is taking too long, so he taps a real-service ace instead of just throwing it at the opponent. He also thinks that canon is getting closer and closer to the point where he can't keep up anymore. The kid is laughing at him, and the two of them begin to volley at each other. The ball is already in the air and raining, so the kid returns it to the other side of the court. The guy who thought the match was going to be boring is now impressed by the kid's skill. He wonders where the kid comes from, and wonders how to be a better player. The only thing he can think to do is to use a light racket, which will let him hit the ball without putting too much power on it, and to think that he can use his own power on the ball, which is what he wants to do.