Who Won USA vs Turkey Volleyball

The girls of Karch Kiraly prevailed in a real battle, defeating Turkey and the USA 3-2 (25-22, 18-25, 27-25, 23-25, 18-16).

The match was superbly prepared by Guidetti (I prefer him to Mazzanti in Italy), and his girls fought valiantly to the bitter end.

But he was let down by the serve from nine metres: too many errors on his part and two strokes of luck on the Americans’ side.

Who Won USA vs Turkey Volleyball

Who in the pivotal moments saw two short balls turn into impregnable ace… he and his girls deserved more.

USA vs Turkey: FIVB Volleyball Women’s World Championship 2022

When the United States of America play Turkey in the FIVB Volleyball Women’s World Championship 2022 on Friday, they will be eager to avenge their most recent defeat.

The USA was anticipated to compete fiercely from the beginning of the tournament, and thus far, they have lived up to the hype.

They will face an in-form Turkey team in the subsequent match, so it won’t be simple for them. As a result, both sets of fans can anticipate an exciting match on Friday.

Phase 1’s Pool B opener pitted Turkey against a challenging Thailand. The way the contest played out made it clear that there wasn’t much separating them.

Thailand ultimately prevailed in the match 3-2. Turkey has since won their final four games to finish first in Pool B with 11 points. They also won two straight games to begin Phase 2.


Turkey seized the US. Women’s National Team to the verge of defeat Saturday afternoon at the Volleyball Nations League in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

But crucial efforts by Annie Drews, Kelsey Robinson, and Hannah Tapp helped the U.S. to a five-set triumph (25-22, 18-25, 27-25, 23-25, 18-16).

With a 10-1 record, the U.S. Women are leading the VNL standings and have guaranteed their spot in the Final Round.

Which will take place in Ankara, Turkey, from July 13–17. At 1 p.m. on Sunday, the U.S. wraps up VNL play. PT versus Germany

On Saturday, all five sets of play were evenly contested between the United States and Turkey.

The U.S. starting lineup of Kara Bajema, Haleigh Washington, Jordyn Poulter, Drews, Robinson, and Tapp dominated for the majority of the opening set.

Bajema had six points on five kills and one ace. However, Türkiye resisted giving in.

They embarked on a run midway through the second to seize control of the set and won 25-18, led by Ebrar Karakurt’s six points.