Women's Valley World Cup Japan finished 5th with 6 wins and 5 losses on September 30 at 1:20
In the final round of volleyball girls and the World Cup, Japan won the Netherlands with a set count of 3: 1 and finished 5th with a total of 6 wins and 5 losses.
In the Volleyball Women's World Cup, which will be the prelude to the Tokyo Olympics next year, Japan, which ranked 6th in the world ranking, played against the Netherlands, which ranked 7th in the world ranking in Osaka on the evening of 29th.
Japan won the first set at 25:18 and the second set at 27:25, but the third set was tenacious at the end of the Netherlands and lost against 24:26.
In the following 4th set, he won 4 consecutive points, winning 25 to 21 with a set count of 3: 1.
The tournament was decided by round-robin matches with 12 teams, and Japan finished 5th with 6 wins and 5 losses.
“We didn't concentrate until the end. The goal was to win a medal, so there are a lot of reflections, but winning the team will also help us. I want to connect it next season. "