BR Volleys confirmed their dominance in the German Volleyball Bundesliga, claiming a 3-0 victory against TSV Haching Munich. This victory solidified their undefeated run in the league, further strengthened by the concurrent loss of SWD powervolleys Düren to WWK Volleys Herrsching.
Navigating the busy schedule of the Champions League, Berlin coach rotated his lineup against Munich, with Timo Tammemaa being a consistent presence. The match opened with the Berlin team facing initial challenges, especially in building serve pressure. The young and determined Hachinger team put up a strong fight, initially leading the score.
The game’s momentum shifted as setter Leon Dervisaj leveraged the attacking prowess of Daniel Malescha and Robert Täht, with Täht’s power playing a pivotal role in gaining the lead. Despite TSV’s resilient performance, the Berlin team clinched the first set 27-25.
The subsequent sets saw the BR Volleys overcoming early deficits, with Dervisaj’s serving streaks and Saso Stalekar’s performance being instrumental in winning the second set. The final set showcased a more fluid play from Berlin, marked by strong blocking and notable contributions from Cody Kessel. The match concluded in an hour and a half, with Täht securing the winning point, thus reinforcing BR Volleys’ top spot in the league.