Stuttgart, Germany, July 17, 2015 - Despite not being among the best six teams, Germany share a satisfaction of finishing 7th in the 2015 FIVB Volleyball World Grand Prix. Coach Luciano Pedullà sees it as a promising start of his work with Germany.
Luciano Pedullà, a coach of Germany
: “We won and will end the Grand Prix on the 7th place which is a good one. We missed a better result in Montreux as well as in Baku by a few points. But it is a good start and nice to work with this team.”Kathleen Weiß, a setter of German
: “It is nice to win on my anniversary and I love it to play at home. There are some good things in our way of playing but we have to work hard in the next months. There will be a long preparation time before the start of the European Championship and we want to use this time in the best way possible.”Zoran Terzic, a coach of Serbia
: “We didn't play so well today. We had to change our team because some of my players are injured and we didn't want to risk too much. I am not satisfied with the result today, but with the overall development of my team, especially during the last two weeks.”