Andi Vollmer started the game with Barbara Wezorke instead of Rebecca Schäperklaus and Micheli Tomazela Pissinato, Regina Burchardt, Ksenija Ivanovic, Heather Meyers, Martina Viestová and Erika Carvalho de Sousa.
VC Wiesbaden clearly led in the first round, it was 15:09, but then they allowed inexplicably far too many unforced errors, and Suhl turned the phrase around in its favor at 16:15. VfB Suhl eventually won the first set 23:25.
Wiesbaden started playing more seriously in the second set, on the technical time-outs it was (8:5 and 16:10). They won the sesond set with 25:19.
At the beginning of the third it was (4:8). But until the next technical time-out VC Wiesbaden managed to take the lead 16:13 and also won the third set 25:20.
In the fourth it was the same story and Wiesbaden won 25:16.
Silvia Sperl was the best in Suhl, Ksenija Ivanovic with 17 points in VC Wiesbaden.
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