The 2018 Women’s world championship took place recently and provided some entertainment that is stunning for fans. This was the 18thchampionship so far with Russian standing clear with seven names. The other winners include Cuba Japan, China, Italy and United States. As they dominated from the start serbia added their name to the list with a breakthrough success.

So how can it be won? Serbia were headed by their reverse, Tijana Boskovic who had been named the MVP of the championships due to being the most efficient scorer of the event. At just 21 years old, she put in a starring role to enroll 176 kills from 328 swings to get a 53.66% return.

It was nevertheless Italy’s reverse Paolo Egonu who stamped herself as the rising force of women’s volleyball. She continued to break records that included hammering on the record with a 45 points return China, contrary to the Rio 2016 Olympic champions. The previous record set was 251 points back from Turkey & rsquo; s Demir, which has been overtaken in 2010. This supposed from her 13 appearances she averaged a game, a record that is likely to stand for sometime.

Serbia kicked off and place into a faultless run of performances, without dropping a set in winning all five games. As they stamped themselves as the team to beat in Japan, this place them to do so. The second round proved to be a different story although they were conquered twice but progressed with Netherlands topping Pool E.

In the next round, Serbia were placed in Pool G from Japan and Italy, and place starring performances to top the band. In the method they fell just one place to advance through to face the Netherlands. This was the game of the tournament so far. It was a very tight encounter with each set going the distance as Serbia were victorious.

The final against Italy took place in front of an crowd of 11,500, in what had been an unbelievable sport of volleyball. It had been Serbia who won 3-2, and in the process winning their first world championship in their history, although both sides brought their A games. A deserved and fantastic achievement from the Serbian side.

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