China News Client June 22 (Xinhua)-Recently, Zhu Ting, the head of the Chinese women's queuing team, said in an interview with CCTV that the team's goal at the Tokyo Olympics is still to compete for gold and silver.
Data map: September 14, 2019, Yokohama, Japan, the first round of the first stage of the 2019 Women's Volleyball World Cup, China 3-0 South Korea. The picture shows Zhu Ting in the game.
Affected by the epidemic situation, the Chinese women's volleyball team has been closed for training for more than four months since the end of January. In order to prepare for the Tokyo Olympics, the original winter training time has also been lengthened. For long-term training, Zhu Ting said: "Everyone's condition is very good, and the amount of training is not too large. I need to work harder on the "fine" aspect, including the accuracy of each movement. This kind of craftsman I think I need to temper more."
Although the Tokyo Olympics are postponed, Zhu Ting is more optimistic about this: "The impact of the Olympics postponement may be slightly better for me, because I am now in the year of playing, including physical and injuries that are not particularly troublesome to me. Many, so the trouble for me is not particularly big."
Regarding the goals of the Tokyo Olympics, Zhu Ting said: "We have always been thinking about fighting for gold and silver. Of course, this is very difficult, because each team is very strong. The most essential thing for us now is to do well in training. To really get to the field is to rely on our usual accumulation." (End)