Beach volleyball players Carla Porker and Julia Sood ended their surprise victory in the World Tour finals at Cagliari. Both were excited about the win.
Carla Porker and Julia Sood celebrated their third victory against world champion Sarah Bowen of Canada 2-0 (21:13, 23:21) and a complete team in the final for the prize money of 150 150,000 on Sunday. Melissa Humana-Paradise Week. “We tried not to guess too much. We’ll get back to the next level,” Porker said.
Great fun at Porker and Suite: “Incredible”
Suite added: “It is a great honor for us to have qualified for the World Tour Finals. Now we are standing here in the sand with the trophy in hand. Incredible.” The victory over the North American women, who are five to two places higher in the world rankings, marks the golden end of a series of real conspiracies for the 2019 German champions in Sardinia.
On the way to the final, Porger and Suite beat Brazilian world number one Agatha and Tuda 2-1 (21:16, 24:26, 15:11) in the quarterfinals and then competed in one match. In the final round, Russian world number three Nadeshta McCormack and Svetlana Solomina also responded to the initial round defeat in three sets (21:13, 20:22, 15:11).
The series against Pawan and Humana-Paradise ended in defeat
In the first eight rounds, they finished second in the German Championship, finishing first in their first season after qualifying for the Olympics last summer, only to finish third in the group. With a 2-1 win over Olympic champion Alex Klinema and April Rose from the United States, Porker and Sood were their favorite fears for the first time in the first round.
By winning the final after the fourth point, the only German participants ended a series of defeats against Pawan and Humana-Parades. After winning the World Tour in Cancun, Mexico, Porker and Suite had to concede defeat in the other five fights. The last Hessians in Tokyo had to concede the worst defeat.