Both Japan and Team USA have posted 2-1 record so far in the World Grand Champions Cup, with both losing to China, who remains unbeaten.
With the first two days of play completed, Team USA and Russia will face off against each other in Nagoya, where the remainder of the competition will be held.
As the tournament moves over from Tokyo to Nagoya, Team USA will try to build on their win against Korea, while the Russian squad must win to threaten China’s inevitable title.
Team USA is now 1-1 at the 2017 FIVB Women’s World Grand Champions Cup, with a loss against China on day one and a three-set sweep of Korea on day two.
Team USA and Korea will look to pick up their first wins at the 2017 FIVB Women’s World Grand Champions Cup after losing their day one matches.
Team USA wins the first set, but doesn’t have enough fire power to stop Ting Zhu’s chinese squad. Meanwhile, Russia inexplicably rested its starters against rival Brazil, losing the first match of the round robin.
Team USA will take on the defending Olympic champions, China, in their opening match of the 2017 World Grand Champions Cup.
Team USA has announced their 14 player roster for the 2017 FIVB World Grand Champions Cup that will be held in Tokyo and Nagoya, Japan from September 5-10.
The Women’s 2017 World Grand Champions Cup starts tomorrow. We rank all teams and their chances at the title.
Team USA has announced their preliminary roster for the World Grand Champions Cup.