2017 FIVB WORLD TOUR – THE HAGUE
- June 14-18
- Sportcampus Zuiderpark, The Hague, The Netherlands
- Event Site
- Men’s Teams
- Women’s Teams
The women’s finals have been set, with the conclusion of quarterfinal and semifinal play at the FIVB World Tour event in The Hague. The Hague is a three-star World Tour event that has a purse prize of $150,000, with the first place finisher taking home $10,000 to share.
- Anouk Verge-Depre/Joana Heidrich (SUI) def. Brooke Sweat/Summer Ross (USA) 2-0, (21-17, 21-16)
- Agatha Bednarczuk/Eduarda ‘Duda’ Santos Lisboa (BRA) def. Larissa Franca/Talita Antunes (BRA) 2-0, (21-17, 21-15)
- Sarah Pavan/Melissa Humana-Paredes (CAN) def. Heather Bansley/Brandie Wilkerson (CAN) 2-0, (21-18, 21-7)
- Carolina Salgado/Maria Antonelli (BRA) def. Taliqua Clancy/Louise Bawden (AUS) 2-0, (21-17, 23-21)
The quarterfinals matches were all completed with sweeps, and two Brazilian pairs making it to the finals. The lone American duo of Sweat/Ross dropped their quarterfinal match to Swiss pair Verge-Depre/Heidrich. Agatha/Eduarda faced off in a Brazilian showdown against the top-seeded France/Antunes to head into the semifinals, while a Canadian battle commences between former partners Pavan and Bansley and their new teammates, with Pavan/Humana-Paredes coming out on top.
- Heidrich/Verge-Depre def. Agatha/Eduarda 2-1, (24-26, 21-17, 18-16)
- Salgado/Antonelli def. Pavan/Humana-Paredes 2-0, (21-19, 21-16)
It will be a Swiss and Brazilian final at The Hauge, as Heidrich/Verge-Depre were able to take down a strong Brazilian pair of Agatha/Eduarda in a tough three-set match. In the other match, Salgado/Antonelli swept through Humana-Paredes/Pavan in straight sets to move onward into the finals.