Italy and Brazil sneak away with victories on day two of the FIVB World Grand Prix finals.
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.
Pool F1 will feature a rematch between the Dominican Republic and The Netherlands, where the Dutch crew won in a three-set sweep in week one.
The conclusion of week one of the World Grand Prix brings in a string of top players that showed off their dominance in the first week of play.
Japan stuns Netherlands after coming down 2-0 to winning in five as both teams finish the first weekend at 2-1.
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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.
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