Having already secured qualification for June’s EuroBasket, the Women’s National Team completes its qualifying journey tonight by facing Estonia in Tallinn in the afternoon (18.00, ERTFlix).
The opponent may be in last place in the group, however, they are playing at home and that is an additional reason to be careful. The Women’s National Team trained on Sunday morning working on the last details ahead of the match against Estonia. Afterwards, the 12-team squad of the National Team was announced, with Lydia Hatira and Vasiliki Cholopoulou being left out of the team.
The gymnasts who will enter the battle for the match with Estonia are:
4 Anna Niki Stamolambrou 26.08.1995 1.70 1 Olympiacos
6 Dionysia Alexandri 24.10.1989 1.65 1 Panathinaikos
8 Penelope Pavlopoulou 03.03.1996 1.70 1 Panathinaikos
12 Katerina Sotiriou 03.01.1984 1.86 3-4 Panathinaikos
15 Artemis Spanou 01.01.1993 1.86 4-5 Polkowice (Poland)
16 Dimitra Gizani 15.11.1999 1.91 5 PAS Ioannina
21 Eleanna Christinaki 16.12.1996 1.83 2 Panathinaikos
25 Antigoni Hairistanidou 03.10.1990 1.88 3-4 Panathinaikos
26 Ioanna Diela 02.06.1990 1.82 3 Olympiacos
34 Mariella Fasoula 02.09.1997 1.95 5 Perfumerias Avenida (Spain)
44 Renia Karlafti 08.06.1998 1.80 2 PAOK
55 Evina Stamati 02.08.1984 1.81 2 Olympiacos
Kalentzu analyzes Estonia
Analyzing Estonia’s way of playing, the partner of Petros Prekas, Dimitra Kalentzou mentioned characteristics.
“As a result, we understand that Estonia is the weakest team in our group. Nevertheless, we must be serious, follow the plan, not lose our minds and have a lot of concentration. It’s a team with young players and I can’t say that anywhere stands out for its game either on the perimeter or inside the basket. It has inexperienced players and for us it is an opportunity to put behind us, a bad appearance with Portugal and to celebrate the qualification through our victory against Estonia. Our opponent does not have a consistent style of play, is prone to pressure and errors and is coming off a heavy defeat. We must, however, pay attention to the match because it may be a team that lost by 55 points to Great Britain, but had beaten them at home».
The prehistory with Estonia
09/03/2013 Greece – Estonia 58-43 Qualifying Phase Women’s World Cup 2015
24/11/2022 Greece – Estonia 86-61 European Women’s Qualifying Phase 2023
Today’s program of the 7th Group
18.00 Great Britain – Portugal
18.00 Estonia – Greece
1. Greece 9
2. Portugal 8
3. Great Britain 7
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