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BRA W: Natália – “My future in national team after Tokyo is uncertain“

by WoV
source: interativos.globoesporte.globo.com; Photo: FIVB/melhordovolei.com.br

The captain of the Brazil Women’s Volleyball National Team, Natália Pereira, announced sad news for the fans in the country...



In an interview given for the podcast Rumo ao Pódio at Globo Esporte, the Brazil Women captain Natália announced that she’ll probably leave the national team after the 2021 Tokyo Olympics.

A 31-year-old outside hitter, currently defending the colors of Russia’s Dinamo Moscow, explained retiring internationally after the event, on which she won the gold medal eight years ago when it was held in London, with the following words:

“My future in the national team after Tokyo is uncertain. I’ll be 32 next year and have been playing at the highest level for clubs and the national team for a long time. It gets more and more complicated. My body begins to ’complain’. I already have shoulder problems, knee problems, so if I want to ’survive’ in the club for a little longer, I don’t know if I can manage to play in the national team anymore.“



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