VIDEO: The injury make seem serious but Destinee has assured her fans on Twitter that it is not that bad at all. Nothing is broken but just a few stretched ligaments with one partially torn. Get well soon Destinee!
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The Dutch lefty is finally back! Maret had a serious injury last January 2014 during a CEV Champions League match with French club team RC Cannes.
After an ACL tear last year during the FIVB World League, 2008 Olympic gold medalist Reid Priddy plans on making a comeback with Team USA next year.
2012 Olympic silver medalist Christa Harmotto finally reveals the TRUE REASON why she & Italian club team Piacenza mutually agreed to dissolve her contract for the 2014/2015 season.
Viktor’s journey with Bulgaria at the 2014 FIVB Men’s World Championship has ended due to this injury. He reportedly broke his fifth metatarsal bone and he already had surgery the other day. Huge loss for Bulgaria.
Recovery might take a few days. It’s not for sure yet if Ivan will be healthy enough to play in the Secound Round which starts September 10th. Get well soon Ivan!
The good news: France advances to the next round as Pool D’s #1 team. The BAD NEWS: Star libero Grebennikov is injured. Could it be serious?
Belgian libero Stijn Dejonckheere who has been part of Belgium’s success within the last couple of years has announced that he will NOT be able to compete at the World Champs.
Zenit KAZAN’s middle blocker Alexander Volkov does not rule out retirement if he continues to feel pain in his knee when on the volleyball court. Get well soon Alex!
She will have surgery tomorrow and the procedure will be conducted by the same doctor who has treated famous Italian player Francesco Totti.
Good news is that both surgeries were successful but the BAD NEWS is that both players will most likely miss the 2014 FIVB World Championship. Have a speedy recovery!
One of our favorite Polish players Michal Kubiak has suffered a serious hand injury (broken fingers) which requires surgery. Polish Volleyball Federation President Miroslaw Przepdelski has confirmed the SAD news.
We’ve been informed that Belarus’ star player Alek Akhrem is done for the season due to a very serious injury he sustained during a semifinal match in the Polish League. Stay Strong Alek!
The Polish setter is ready to train and play again after a serious ankle injury last year which prevented him from playing with his Russian club team, Zenit Kazan.
Oh No! Such a sad and bad news for the American spiker and 2012 Olympic silver medalist. Is it that serious? We hope not. She’s been playing well with Team Evergrande.