Turkish women's volleyball team start Olympics with win over China
Turkish women's volleyball team on July 25 won their first game at the Tokyo Olympics against China. It sealed a 3-0 victory in Pool B by winning in straight sets, 21-25, 14-25, 14-25 at Ariake Arena.
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Turkish women's volleyball team won their first game at the Tokyo Olympics on July 25.
Turkey sealed a 3-0 victory in Pool B against China by winning in straight sets, 21-25, 14-25, 14-25 at Ariake Arena.
"Right now we are so happy because we know that Chinese are a great team, they have incredibly talented players and they are the Olympic champions," Turkey captain Eda Dündar, who led the match with four blocks, told reporters.
"Today we served very well ... In every part of the game we were leading. Maybe China didn't play their best game but we played our best game."
Competing along with the United States, Russian Olympic Committee, Italy, China, and Argentina in group stage, Turkey will face Italy in their second game on July 27.