Lisinac rules on the net


Lisinac continues to lead the Serbian defensive line impressively

Krakow, Poland, July 16, 2016 - Serbia's Srecko Lisinac is one of the key players in Serbia's successful World League campaign this year with his excellent performance on the net.

Lisinac is the best effective blockers from the players involved in the Final Six tournament with eight blocks, 19 faults and seven rebounds from 34 attempts which makes an average of 0.89 per set.

Lisinac made his debut in the senior men’s team in 2012. He won the bronze medal at the 2013 European Championship, where he was named the best blocker of the competition. He also won silver at the 2013 U-23 World Championship in Brazil. In the World League he has played in four campaigns and won the silver medal last year after losing to France. However he was awarded as the best Middle Blocker of the tournament.

Lisinac was playing in VC “Ribnica” from Kraljevo before transferring to Skra Belchatow in Poland three years ago. After a short move to Berlin, Germany, he is back in Belchatow. He was one of the best blockers in the Serbian National Championship.

Related information: 

A total of $100,000 is awarded to the best players of the Finals, which will be selected by the Control Committee in the following categories: MVP, Best Setter, Best Opposite, Best Outside Spiker (2), Best Middle Blocker, Best Libero.


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