Kwiek: Poor serving resulted in loss to Korea


Dominican Republic coach Marcos Kwiek pointed out that his team erved poorly in the match with Korea in the FIVB Volleyball Women's World Cup at the Sendai Gym on Tuesday

Sendai, Japan, September 1, 2015 - Korea defeated the Dominican Republic in a four-setter in the second round of the FIVB Volleyball Women's World Cup at the Sendai Gym on Tuesday.

Korea coach Lee Jungchul: "We have played eight matches in Matsumoto and Sendai. We have had some injuries, but we will get rest tomorrow and be ready for the next matches. We have a tall player, Yang Hyo-Jin, who suffered an injury today. We always encounter injuries but fortunately, her injury is not serious."

Korea captain Kim Yeon-Koung: "Finally we found a way to stop losing. We thought we could win last night but we didn't. We have to keep on going now."

Korea player Na Hyun-Jung: "I'm so happy we won and played good volleyball. We will get confidence from this win."

Dominican Republic coach Marcos Kwiek: "We needed stronger serves. We are disappointed with this result. We made too many serving errors and they were able to pass and attack. Also, they served better than us."

Dominican Republic captain Prisilla Rivera Brens: "This was a tough match. We were hoping for a victory. It was disappointing to lose. We could not follow our coach's instructions. We lost the sideout easily. We have to follow instructions."


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