- He played with renewed vigor and determination.
Could we exchange "renewed" with "renewing"?
Renewed vigor by (someone) Renewing vigor by ( itself)
Vigor which is renewing vs vigor which is renewed by the person himself.
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Yes, either participle can be used adjectivally to modify vigor.
It is a charged battery.
It is a charging battery.
There is no implication with the past participle that the vigor has been renewed by an outside agent, nor with the present participle that the action is reflexive. The difference is between the completed and the ongoing.