“We have a long way to go,” Korean Air coach Tommy Tilikhainen said after the game.

Korean Air, led by coach Tommy, defeated Kuwait Sporting Club with a set score of 1-3 (26 -28, 25-21, 32-34, 23-25). On the 21st, this Korean Air will compete for the 7th and 8th places.

After the game, coach Tommy said, “It was a tight game. Our players tried hard, but it’s a pity we couldn’t win.”

He added, “We still have a long way to go. I hope the players will have the idea that we need to improve our level. As a coach, I think I have to do better.”

Director Tommy mentioned, “When the opponent paints or hits continuously, you have to connect that opportunity to a score, but there was a difficulty in that part. You need more basic skills to send the ball to where you want on the first touch.”메이저놀이터

Regarding opponent ace Kazemi, coach Tommy said, “He is a good player. He hits the ball well and has good skills. He knows how to score at important moments. In today’s case, he knows how to score as a sub at important moments.” added.

Korean Air will finish the tournament on the 21st with a match for 7th and 8th places. Director Tommy concluded the interview by saying, “I will do my best until the end.”

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