Who are the top ten people in the world volleyball? (Men's Volleyball) _ Calci Kailari

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Vyacheslav Zaitsev, born in 1952, 1.91 meters tall, was once the main force of the Soviet men's volleyball team and a world-famous setter in the 1970s and 1980s.

Zaitsev has comprehensive technology, not only excellent Blocking technique and strong offensive ability, the second pass technique is even more exquisite, his wrist is flexible, his ability to direct the ball is strong, can easily pass the ball in various directions, arcs and speeds. With rich experience in the game, he has a cool head on the field and a strong tactical awareness. He can cleverly organize the various changes of the team's strong attack and fast attack. He is known as the "core of Soviet men's volleyball skills and tactics." Because he can pass, pull, buckle, offensive and defensive comprehensive, known as a model of all-attack setter.

As the main force of the Soviet men’s volleyball team, Zaitsev led the Soviet team to consecutively win the third men’s volleyball World Cup in 1977, the ninth World Men’s Volleyball Championship in 1978, Winners of the 1980 Moscow Olympics, the 4th World Cup Men’s Volleyball Championship in 1981, and the 10th World Men’s Volleyball Championship in 1982 helped the Soviet men’s volleyball team complete the miracle of "five consecutive championships" in the world’s top competitions, ranking the second place for the Soviet men’s volleyball team. In the 1970s and 1980s, the world dominated the volleyball arena and made great contributions. He was personally named the "Best Defender" in the 1977 World Cup Men's Volleyball, the "Most Valuable Player" in the 1981 World Cup Men's Volleyball and the "Most Valuable Player" in the 1985 European Men's Volleyball Championship. In 2013, Vyacheslav Zaitsev was inducted into the Volleyball Hall of Fame.

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Aleksandr Savin (Aleksandr Savin)

Alexander Savin, born in 1957, 1.88 meters tall, was the main player of the Soviet men's volleyball team. He has solid basic skills, his height and excellent bounce make him extremely powerful in super-hands and high-pressure blocks. He is famous for his cross-over three-dimensional fast attack and high-wall blocking at the 3rd position. It was in the 1970s. The emergence of outstanding volleyball players was once known as "the top volleyball player".

His tactics such as close-body fast attack, short flat and quick with Vyacheslav Zaitsev, are world-class in speed and height, and almost become the Soviet team. The super weapon in the late 1970s and early 1980s made the Soviet team invincible in the European Men's Volleyball Championship, the World Men's Volleyball Championship or the World Cup Men's Volleyball Championship. The Soviet team completed the "five consecutive championships" of the world's top men's volleyball tournament, and Savin contributed a lot. Especially in the 1982 World Men's Volleyball Championship where the world's top teams gathered, the Soviet team won the championship with a score of 3:0 almost the whole time. Between 1975 and 1985, Savin represented the Soviet team and won the European Men's Volleyball Championship 6 times. In the third volleyball World Cup in 1977 and the fourth in 1981, Savin was rated as the "Best Main Attack" and "Best Block" respectively. In 2010, Alexander Savin was inducted into the Volleyball Hall of Fame.

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Wang Jiawei

Wang Jiawei, born in 1955, 1.93 meters tall, is a former Chinese men's volleyball player, considered to be the 20th century A talented player in Chinese volleyball. himThe jumping power and explosive power of the scorpion are extremely strong, and the air pause time is long, which is very advantageous. He once played a series of fast attack tactics such as "forward fly" and "back fly" in front of the net, which shocked the world volleyball world, and was known as the world's "first trapeze". This is what Asian men's volleyball players won in the world volleyball world. One of the few honors.

Wang Jiawei’s Chinese men’s volleyball team won the second Asian Men’s Volleyball Championship in 1979 This is the first Asian champion of the Chinese men's volleyball team. Wang Jiawei performed well in this competition and was named the "Most Valuable Player". He and his teammates also won the fifth place in the men’s volleyball match of the third and fourth World Cup, the third place in the men’s volleyball match of the eighth Asian Games in 1978, the runner-up of the men’s volleyball match in the ninth Asian Games in 1982, The tenth Asian Games Men's Volleyball Championship.

In 1996, Wang Jiawei coached the Chinese men’s volleyball team and led the Chinese men’s volleyball team out of the trough. In the 1997 Asian Men’s Volleyball Championship, he regained the 18-year championship and led China in 1998. The men's volleyball team won the Asian Games and helped the Chinese men's volleyball team win another Asian Championship in 1999. Whether he is an athlete or a coach, he has won the Asian Games and Asian Championships, becoming the first man in the Chinese men's volleyball team.

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Takahiro Yamamoto

Yamamoto Takahiro, born in 1978, 2.01 meters tall, was a core member of the Japanese men's volleyball team. His skills are all-round and solid, he has served as a second passer, and will also be used as a secondary attacker to strengthen the block. He is a rare tall player in Japan, with outstanding left-handed power, sharp offensive, and the title of "left-handed heavy artillery".

As the main force, he has led the Japanese men's volleyball team to Asian championships many times, and has created great results in world competitions. In the 2003 World Cup men's volleyball match, although Japan's men's volleyball team had a poor record and only finished ninth, Yamamoto Takahiro still won the title of "Most Valuable Player" and "Best Scoring" by virtue of his outstanding performance. In the 2006 World Men’s Volleyball Championship, Takahiro Yamamoto helped Japan’s men’s volleyball team win eighth place. This is Japan’s best result in the World Men’s Volleyball Championship since 1986, and it is also the only time Japan’s men’s volleyball team has entered the front in the 21st century. Eight. In 2008, the Japanese men's volleyball team successfully qualified in the Olympic Men's Volleyball Qualifying Tournament, and Takahiro Yamamoto won the titles of "Best Score" and "Best Serve".

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Bartosz Kurek (Bartosz Kurek)

Bartosz Kurek, born in 1988 , 2.05 meters tall, is the leading star of the Polish men's volleyball team.

Kurek was selected for the Polish national team in 2007 and won the European Men’s Volleyball team with his teammates in 2009 Championship champion, in the same year, Kurek won the title of "Best Score" in the World Men's Volleyball Club Championship. In 2011, Kurek and his teammates achieved good results in a number of world competitions: third place in the World Men's Volleyball Federation, third place in the European Men's Volleyball Championship, and second place in the World Cup Men's Volleyball Championship. Kurek won the "best score" in the World Men's Volleyball League. And the title of "Best Serve" in the European Men's Volleyball Championship. In 2012, Poland's men's volleyball team, which has strong players such as Kurek, won the World Men's Volleyball League for the first time. Kurek was awarded the "Most Valuable Player" and won the "Best Main Attack" of the European Men's Volleyball Champions League that year. title. In 2018, Kurek helped Poland beat Brazil in three straight games and successfully defended the title. Kurek personally won the title of "Most Valuable Player" with an amazing performance of 29 deductions and 20 games.

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Ivan Zaytsev (Ivan Zaytsev)

Ivan Zaitsev, an Italian volleyball player of Russian origin, was born in 1988 and is 2.02 meters tall. He has good jumping, strength and explosiveness, and is extremely aggressive in his jump serve. He is known as the "Lamborghini on the court".

Ivan Zaitsev represented Italy in the European Men’s Volleyball Championship and won 2 runner-ups (2011 and 2013) and 1 third runner-up (2015) ), the individual won the European Men’s Volleyball Championship in 2013 and 2015.The title of “Best Service” and “Best Reception”. In 2013 and 2014, Ivan helped the Italian men’s volleyball team win the third place in the World Men’s Volleyball Federation, and was named “Best Main Attack” in 2013. In 2015, Italy won In the World Cup Men’s Volleyball Championship, Ivan was awarded the “best response”. Ivan Zaitsev helped the Italian men’s volleyball team at the 2012 London Olympics. Won a bronze medal, in the 2016 Rio Olympics, Ivan, who participated in the Olympics for the second time, and his teammates won a silver medal. At the same time, Ivan Zaitsev tied the Olympics with a speed of 127 km/h. The ball speed record, became one of the three fastest serving people in the Olympic volleyball game.

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Murilo Endres (Murilo Endres)

Murillo Ndres, born in 1981, 1.9 meters tall, the main player of the Brazilian men's volleyball team, is the main attacker with excellent offensive and defensive capabilities.

Since joining the Brazilian men’s volleyball team in 2004, as of 2017, Murillo has won a total of 2 World Men’s Volleyball Championship (2006 and 2010), 1 World Cup Men’s Volleyball Championship (2007) and 2 Olympic Men’s Volleyball Silver Medals. He and his teammates also won the World Men’s Volleyball Championship 2 times (2005 and 2005). 2009), won the World Men's Volleyball League Championship 6 times from 2004 to 2010. With his outstanding performance, Murillo has been awarded the "Most Valuable Player" and "Best Main Attack" in these international volleyball tournaments many times. The main scorer of the Brazilian men's volleyball team, Murillo was elected as the "Most Valuable Player" and "Best Pass" of the World Volleyball League in 2010 and 2011, respectively, and was named the World Men's Volleyball Team in 2010 and 2014 respectively. The "Most Valuable Player" and "Best Main Attack" of the Championship. Murillo was also named the "Most Valuable Player" of the 2012 London Olympics.

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Michal Winiarski

Michal Winiarski Ji, born in 1983, 2 meters tall, was once the main attacker of the Polish National Men’s Volleyball Team.

In 2003, Winierski led the Polish youth men’s volleyball team to win Champion of the World Youth (U21) Volleyball Championship. In 2004, he was selected for the Polish men's volleyball national team. He helped the Polish men's volleyball team to win the second place in the 2006 World Men's Volleyball Championship, the second place in the 2011 World Cup Men's Volleyball Championship and the 2012 World Men's Volleyball League Championship. 2014 Vinierski was working Li became the captain of the national team in 10 years, and led the Polish men’s volleyball team to four rounds. Finally, they defeated their rival Brazil 3:1 and won the championship of the 18th World Men’s Volleyball Championship. After winning again.

Vinierski has comprehensive skills. At the 2008 Beijing Olympics, Vinierski was named the "Best Pass". In 2009 and 2012, he was selected as the best team of the European Men's Volleyball Champions League as "Best Block" and "Best Pass" respectively.

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Bruno Rezende

Bruno Rezende, born in 1986, is 1.9 meters tall , A core member of the Brazilian Men's Volleyball Team. He has stable passing, advanced consciousness, diverse lines and flexible tactics. He is a comprehensive setter and is known as the leader of the golden generation of Brazilian men's volleyball team.

Bruno joined the Brazilian national team in 2007 and won the World Cup in the same year Men's Volleyball Championship. In 2010, Bruno won his first World Men's Volleyball Championship. He and his teammates also won the third place in the Men's Volleyball World Cup in 2011 and the second place in the World Men's Volleyball Championship in 2014. Bruno is also a veteran of 3 Olympic Games. In 2008, he helped Brazil men's volleyball team win the silver medal in the Beijing Olympics. At the 2012 London Olympics, he helped Brazil win another silver medal. In 2016, Bruno, who participated in the Olympics for the third time, led the Brazilian men's volleyball team to win the Rio Olympic gold medal and was elected as the "best setter".Has been a grand slam in the world's three top men's volleyball events. Bruno has also been voted as the "Best Two" by the World Men's Volleyball League (2013), the World Men's Volleyball Championship (2009 and 2013), the South American Volleyball Championship (2013, 2015 and 2017) and other international competitions many times. pass".

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