Within the teams having the perfect win- loss ratio 2-0, Serbia have became the only team in the tournament who didn’t drop a set to lead pool A. Poland leads pool B but with 5 points as they had a tiebreak win yesterday. Brazil and Slovenia conduct pool C and Turkey Pool D.
Among the four preliminary pools, the situation has become mixed and complicated in Pool B, where opening day giants, Japan lost against underdogs Argentina in straight sets, while the other titans and World Ranking leaders, China suffered their second defeat against emerging Poland.
Pool D showed also a ground breaking second defeat for the Italian team against Peru after leading by two sets, but defending champions Turkey continued their way with a second win against Chinese Taipei.
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