Serve key for victorious Slovakia


Slovakia's defence was too strong for China

Helsinki, Finland, June 10, 2017 – Slovakia ended the second week of FIVB World League matches with a 3-1 (25-20, 17-25, 25-12, 25-21) win over China on Saturday. 

It means they have now won four from six matches after earlier losses to Australia and Finland on Thursday and Friday. 

Slovakia coach, Andrej Kravarik – “The difference was at the net. We pushed China with our serve so it was much easier for us to block their attacks. I am extra happy about this victory, because we had two 3-0 losses before. We proved that we have a high quality team.”

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Slovakia player, Stefan Chrtiansky - “We are of course happy with the win. In the second set we had big problems, but we were able to improve our play in the last set.”

China coach, Raul Lozano - “We wanted to give new players the chance to show their skills in this match. The match was tight and both teams had their chances.”

China captain, Zhong Weijun – “Slovakia played very well. We didn’t play as well as we can. We have a new team and in future we need much more practice so we can improve our game.”


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