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Hanesaki Ayano
 Japanese 羽咲 綾乃
 Romaji Hanesaki Ayano
 Nickname Ayanon (あやのん)
• Characteristics•
 Gender Female
 Hair Color Brown
 Eye Color Green
 Height 151 cm (4'11")
• Professional Status•
 Affiliation Kitakomachi
 Previous Affiliation Midorigaoka
 Occupation Student
 Relative(s) Hanesaki Shintarou (father)
Hanesaki Uchika (mother)
Connie Christensen (adoptive sister)
• Debuts•
 Manga Chapter 1
 Anime Episode 1
• Portrayal•
 Japanese Voice Oowada Hitomi
 English Voice Amber Lee Connors

Hanesaki Ayano (羽咲 綾乃) is the protagonist of Hanebad! and a 1st year member of the Kitakomachi badminton club. She is Hanesaki Uchika's daughter and Connie Christensen's adoptive sister.

AppearanceEdit

Ayano is a short girl with green eyes and long brown hair that she ties together with a handkerchief similar to her mother, though she originally used a hairband. At school, she wears the standard Kitakomachi High uniform with a red ribbon indicating that she is a first year.

During practice, she wears a white shirt and dark shorts. In official matches, she wears the current Kitakomachi uniform consisting of a blue one piece with white and black details. Kitakomachi is written at the back in white kanji.

PersonalityEdit

As a child, Ayano was happy due to being able to play badminton with her mother. However, once her mother left her in order to make her stronger, her attitude worsened, and at the same time gained a dislike for Kaoruko and herself, believing that her mother had disappeared because she lost. She became disinterested in things and was emotionless when defeating opponents such as Nagisa, but eventually stopped playing before the junior tournament the previous year.

Due to Erena's constant babying, Ayano subsequently turned into a carefree and timid girl, nevertheless her suppressed personality returned once she began playing again, becoming prideful and looking down on opponents. During her match with Nagisa, she considers badminton to be fun again, but still struggles with relationships. She began to go all out in her matches, and tried to follow Kentarou's advice of respecting the sport, but didn't know what to do when she heard a spectator mention that they felt sorry for her opponent. During her practice match with Kaoruko, she was able to come to terms with herself and realized that she wanted to become a kind person.

Following this, she decides to win the Inter High tournament as a way of paying her mother back for raising her and begins to think about what her mother did for her rather than why.

Playing StyleEdit

Ayano is one of the few people in the series that are able to play using both hands, giving her an edge over most opponents. She is a defensive player, skilled at continuing rallies, has high agility, and is good at determining whether a shot is out or not along with being able to read the situation. She instinctively attacks her opponent in places they're weak in and is good at attacking them mentally as well, robbing them of their stamina and their ability to think.

She is able to use five different shots from the same form: a shot with high spin that widely changes course, a shot with weak spin that loses speed slightly when it reaches her opponent, a straight smash, a drop shot, and an unknown fifth she first used against Rui. Her 2nd shot requires subtle control, and as a result she tenses up before she hits it, allowing her opponent to take advantage of it if they notice it.

She is repeatedly shown to be able to enter a state of extreme concentration in which she senses her opponent's shots, reacting to shots like Yuika's drop fake, which, according to Akane, is something that she's never seen even Rui return properly.

On the other hand, due to her short stature, she is weak in muscular endurance and stamina, and has a habit of shaking her head when she plays unconsciously. She was previously weak mentally as well, being troubled with her own growth as well as her own attitude toward others. Also, despite provoking others, she is weak to them herself, easily reacting when Yuika countered her provocations.

Playing RecordEdit

Match Opponent Results Outcome Chapters
Inter High Preliminaries
1st RoundTsuzuki2:1
18-21, 21-16, 21-8
W14
2nd RoundUnknown2:0
21-5, 21-4
WNone
Quarter FinalSerigaya Kaoruko2:0
21-5, 21-7
W16-17
Semi FinalHashizume Emi2:0
21-10, 21-9
WNone
FinalAragaki Nagisa1:2
21-16, 24-26, 19-21
L25-33
Inter High Team Preliminaries
1st Roundw/Izumi Riko
Ikezawa Rei/Hoshino Nanase
2:0
21-12, 21-11
WNone
2nd RoundUnknown2:0
21-6, 21-4
WNone
Quarter Finalw/Izumi Riko
Hashizume Emi/Shigemori Mizuki
2:0
21-16, 21-15
W36-39
Quarter FinalShigemori Mizuki2:0
21-12, 21-9
W40
Semi Finalw/Izumi Riko
Unknown
UnknownWNone
Semi FinalSasashita Miki2:0
21-2, 21-3
WNone
Inter High
1st RoundUnknown2:0
21-9, 21-7
WNone
2nd RoundToyohashi Anri2:0
21-19, 21-18
W49
3rd RoundFukagawa YumoUnknownWNone
4th RoundOinomori Akane2:0
21-17, 21-15
W50-51
Quarter FinalMashiko Rui2:1
17-21, 23-21, ??-??
W52-57
Semi FinalShiwahime Yuika1:1
20-22, 21-18, 11-10 ONG
?65-??
Other Matches
All Japan Junior 1st Round (MS)Aragaki Nagisa2:0
21-0, 21-0
WNone
Betting MatchAragaki Nagisa0:1
18-21
L1
Practice Matchw/Izumi Riko
Connie Christensen/Tagajou Hina
0:1
2-21, 18-6 RET
W2-4
Practice Match (MS)Serigaya Kaoruko1:0
21-3
WNone
Exhibition MatchLuo Xiaoli1:0
23-21
W18-20
Practice MatchSerigaya Kaoruko0:0
14-16 CAN
None44

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