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Beach volleyball, World Tour 2022 Coolangatta. Australia and the USA protagonists in the first Future of history

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The first tournament called Future in the history of the world beach volleyball circuit is played in Coolangatta in Australia. After the debut of the Elite 16 a week ago in Rosarito and the Challenge two weeks ago in Tlaxcala , it is the turn of the first Future of the season and the story on the Australian sand with very little Europe and many ocean, Asian and American couples who have found the way to assert themselves in the preliminary rounds.

In the men’s field, two Australian couples who have already reached the quarter-finals, together with the New Zealanders O’Dea / Fuller who impressed more than the others in the first matches of the tournament and the only European couple, the Polish Zdybek / Lewandowski . In the women’s field, on the other hand, two American couples already in the quarters together with the New Zealanders Zeimann / Polley and the Australian Stevens / Johnson. On the Italian night, first the rounds of 16 and then the quarterfinals will be played, while the semi-finals and finals are scheduled for the night between Saturday and Sunday.

Men’s group semifinals. Pool A: Carracher / Nicolaidis (Aut) -Macneil / Russell (Can) 2-0 (21-18, 21-16), Trummer / Friedl-Tang / Poland (Aut) 2-0 (21-14, 24-22 ). Pool B: Zdybek / Lewandowski (Pol) -Gregory / Gregory (Aus) 2-0 (21-14, 21-19), O’Dea / Reid (Nzl) -Takken / Pearse (Aus) 2-0 (25- 23, 21-16). Pool C: Bello / Bello (Eng) -Schumann / Anyang 2-0 (21-14, 21-19), O’Dea / Fuller (Nzl) -Howat / Josefsen (Aus) 2-0 (21-12, 21 -15). Pool D: Hodges / Guehrer (Aus) -Bushby / Abela (Aus) 2-0 (21-16, 21-16), Elazar / Ohana (Isr) -Zürcher / Jordan (Sui) 2-0 (21-13, 21-13).

First place men’s group finals: Trummer / Friedl (Aut) -Carracher / Nicolaidis 0-2 (19-21, 18-21), Zdybek / Lewandowski (Pol) -O’Dea / Reid (Nzl) 2-0 (14- 21, 21-17, 16-14), Bello / Bello (Eng) -O’Dea / Fuller (Nzl) 0-2 (13-21, 20-22), Hodges / Guehrer (Aus) -Elazar / Ohana Isr ) 2-0 (21-15, 21-14)

Third place men’s group finals: Tang / Poland-Macneil / Russell (Can) 0-2 (17-21, 13-21), Gregory / Gregory (Aus) -Takken / Pearse (Aus) 1-2 (22-20, 18-21, 9-15), Schumann / Anyang (Aus) -Howat / Josefsen (Aus) 2-1 (18-21, 21-18, 23-21), Bushby / Abela (Aus) -Zürcher / Jordan ( Sui) 0-2 (14-21, 14-21)

Male round of 16: Takken / Pearse (Aus) -Trummer / Friedl (Aut), Schumann / Anyang (Aus) -O’Dea / Reid (Nzl), Bello / Bello (Eng) -Zürcher / Jordan (Sui), Elazar / Ohana (Isr) -MacNeil / Russell (Can)

Women’s group semi-finals: Barannik / Ashush (Isr) -Rodriguez / Muno (Usa) 0-2 (12-21, 14-21), Laird / Bell (Aus) -Kloth / Nuss 0-2 (17-21, 12- 21). Pool B: Zeimann / Polley (Nzl) -Wuttunee / Dunn (Can) 2-0 (21-17, 21-14), Hashimoto / Reika (Jpn) -Fleming / Kendall (Aus) 2-0 (22-20, 21-16). Pool C: Fejes / Bettenay (Can) -Tilley / MacDonald (Nzl) 0-2 (21-23, 18-21), Shiba / Take (Jpn) -Horton / Race (Usa) 0-2 (15-21, 22-24). Pool D: Murakami / Sakurako (Jpn) -May / Robitaille (Can) 2-1 (21-16, 16-21, 15-11), Stevens / Johnson (Aus) -Mears / Milutinovic (Aus) 2-1 ( 21-10, 19-21, 15-13)

First place women’s group finals: Kloth / Nuss (Usa) -Rodriguez / Muno (Usa) 2-0 (21-17, 21-14), Zeimann / Polley (Nzl) -Hashimoto / Reika (Jpn) 2-0 (21 -19, 21-19), Horton / Race (Usa) -Tilley / MacDonald (Nzl) 2-1 (21-13, 19-21, 15-5), Stevens / Johnson (Aus) -Murakami / Sakurako (Jpn ) 2-0 (21-13, 22-20).

Third place women’s group finals: Laird / Bell (Aus) -Barannik / Ashush (Isr) 2-0 (21-19, 21-8), Wuttunee / Dunn (Can) -Fleming / Kendall (Aus) 1-2 (21 -18, 16-21, 12-15), Shiba / Take (Jpn) -Fejes / Bettenay (Aus) 2-0 (21-14, 27-25), Mears / Milutinovic (Aus) -May / Robitaille (Can ) 0-2 (20-22, 17-21)

Female round of 16: Shiba / Take (Jpn) -Hashimoto / Reika (Jpn), Fleming / Kendall (Aus) -Murakami / Sakurako (Jpn), Tilley / MacDonald (Nzl) -Laird / Bell (Aus), Rodriguez / Muno (Use) -May / Robitaille (Can)


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