17. 07. 2018

WCH W: Serbian coach announced list of 20 names for Japan

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After we announced that Maja Ognjenovic returned to National Team, the Serbian Volleyball Federation published the list of 20 names that will train for the World Championship 2018.

  

The European champions will start their preparation for Japan on Monday, July 23 and head coach Zoran Terzić called 20 players:

Setters: Maja Ognjenović, Ana Antonijević, Bojana Živković , Slađana Mirković

Opposites: Ana Bjelica, Tijana Bošković, Sanja Malagurski

Liberos: Silvija Popovic, Teodora Pusic

Middle blockers: Milena Rašić, Stefan Veljković, Jovana Stevanović, Maja Aleksić

Receivers: Brankica Mihajlovic, Jelena Blagojević, Tijana Malešević, Bianka Buša, Bojana Milenković, Sara Lozo, Katarina Lazovic

The Serbian team will train in Kovilovo until August 1, when they will move to Pale, for the second part of preparations for the World Championship. Serbia will play in Pool D with Brazil, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Kazakhstan and Kenya in Hamamatsu. 

 

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