China will host Brazil and Netherlands with two spots in the semifinals on the line from Pool A of the Volleyball Nations League Final Six.
With a 12-3 record, good enough for 4th place, the Duth women proved once and for all that they are a volleyball powerhouse to be reckoned with
Title favorites dominate play. Meanwhile, Georgia, Hungary, and Belgium are the first squads eliminated.
The Netherlands have been competing at the FIVB World Grand Prix on and off since their first year in 1994. In 2007 the Dutch finished fifth in the opening rounds but rolled through the competition in the Final Six to the undefeated gold medal.
With a roster of 21 players that have collectively amassed 2501 senior international caps, the team is looking to build on its 2016 Grand Prix bronze medal.
The Montreux Masters was a six-day, action-packed competition in Switzerland, with some of the best female indoor players in the world. Brazil was able to take the crown this year over Germany, but the German side saw the best scorer in the competition.