Mitar Djuric (12) continues to lead PAOK Thessaloniki to success in the Champions League.
One of the favorites to win the titles, the squad’s biggest strenght lies at the opposite and middle positions
2016 FIVB World League MVP Marko Ivovic (above) and Serbia were swept the last time they faced each Brazil and France, but will have health on their sides in the Final 6.
Graham Vigrass turned in a match-high 18 points and the Canadians strong-armed Japan in blocks and aces in a sweep to round out their VNL campaign. Top scorer Drazen Luburic poured in 28 points and Serbia owned the net in a four-set win over host China on Sunday.
Serbia moved its third straight five-set match in as many days, holding on for the victory over Australia behind Dusan Petkovic. Meanwhile, Egor Kliuka and Dmitriy Muserskiy proved too much for Bulgaria to handle as the team fell to Russia in a sweep.
The 2017-2018 Berlin Recycling Volleys team kicks off regular season Bundesliga A play on Oct. 14 against SWD Powervolleys Duren.
VfB Friedrichshafen successfully defended their Bundesliga men’s Super Cup title against Berlin Recycling Volleys before 5,796 fans in Hanover, Germany.
Two of Europes top professional teams, Berlin Recycling Volleys (pictured) and Paris Volley, played a friendly in Berlin on September 17.
Last season, Serbia took the World League title, therefore, they will be looking to defend their title at the Final Six this week.