01. 08. 2019

OQT W: Zé Roberto enlists only one of 3 returnees to national team for Olympic Qualifier

Source: 2018.cbv.com.br; Photo: FIVB

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Brazil national team will open the FIVB Women’s Volleyball International Qualifier for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics (August 1-4) with the match against Cameroon at 19:15 C.E.T.

 

A day before the beginning of the International Qualifier for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, Brazil head coach José Roberto Guimarães “Zé Roberto“ selected 14 players that will take part in the competition.

Despite the fact that 3 big names returned to the “Seleção“ for tournaments in 2019 after a while, only one of them found herself in the list – the libero Suelen Pinto. Zé Roberto decided not to enlist Fabiana Claudino and Sheilla Castro for the matches in Pool D in which Brazil will play Cameroon, Azerbaijan and the Dominican Republic in front of own crowd in Uberlândia.

The 14-player list of Brazil:

Setters: Macris, Roberta

Opposite hitters: Tandara, Lorenne, Paula Borgo

Middle blockers: Bia, Mara, Carol, Mayany

Outside hitters: Natália, Gabi, Amanda

Liberos: Léia, Suelen

FIVB Women’s Volleyball International Qualifier for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics - tournaments:

Pool A (Wrocław, Poland): Serbia, Puerto Rico, Thailand, Poland.

Pool B (Ningbo, China): China, Turkey, Germany, Czech Republic.

Pool C (Shreveport, USA): USA, Argentina, Bulgaria, Kazakhstan.

Pool D (Uberlândia, Brazil): Brazil, Dominican Republic, Cameroon, Azerbaijan.

Pool E (Kaliningrad, Russia): Russia, Korea, Canada, Mexico.

Pool F (Catania, Italy): Italy, Netherlands, Belgium, Kenya.

Schedule

 

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