The French volleyball team won the first set against Tunisia in three sets at the Tokyo Games on Monday 26 July.
Immediate reaction: The French volleyball players signed their first win of the Tokyo Games on Monday against Tunisia, passing in three sets (25-21, 25-11, 25-22), two days after three dry innings in the states against United.
The victory marks the resumption of Erwin’s Nagabeth gang’s search for Japan for their first Olympic medal. To make it to the quarterfinals first, Laurent Delhi’s men must finish in the top four in their group of six, with Argentina, Russia (under the neutral flag) and Brazil waiting in line.
The Tunisians were defeated, with the Blues now set to win against Argentina on Wednesday, along with other affordable opponents in the group.
A subtle start to the match
Despite the success, the ghost of Rio is not much chased. At the 2016 Olympics, their heads were full of ambitions, but left in the first round, two wins were not enough for them.
After a terrifying start that allowed Tunisia to take a 14-13 lead in the first set, “Team Yao” picked up the pace at the end of the round. Erwin Nakabet ended up with a fight that deceived the Tunisian defense.
Promised, highly talented generation volleyball beat their opponent in the next set (21-11), especially 7-0. Even the favorite Brazilians of the Olympics with the Poles did not drop the lowest points to the Tunisians during a quick victory on Saturday (25-22, 25-20, 25-15).
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