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Main draw The Hague Grand Slam completed with qualification teams
The Hague, the Netherlands, June 11, 2013 – On the first day of the Transavia The Hague Grand Slam, hosting country the Netherlands advanced two extra teams to the women’s main draw. In the men’s competition both Canadian qualification teams made it to the main draw. A total of eight women’s and eight men’s teams advanced to complete the main draw pool play.
Honeymoon phase does not stop Canadians from winning
They are still in the honeymoon phase, but that did not stop Christian Redmann and Maverick Hatch to grab a main draw spot at the Transavia The Hague Grand Slam. The Canadian pair just started a new partnership ten days ago. More
Dutch girls through after marathon match against Kazakhstan
Dutch team Laura Bloem and Rimke Braakman reached the main draw of the Transavia The Hague Grand Slam on Tuesday as one of the eight women’s team advancing from the qualification tournament. Having only practiced once together the girls surprisingly beat two higher ranked teams on the first day of the Dutch Grand Slam. More
Herrera: Glad to be back
It is the first time ever that Pablo Herrera and Adrian Gavira had to start in qualification, but they were smiling their faces off during their first match on Tuesday at the Transavia The Hague Grand Slam. After months of pain and agony Herrera is finally back on the World Tour. More
Van der Goor to continue as The Hague tournament director
Former volleyball star and tournament director of the Transavia The Hague Grand Slam Bas van der Goor announced on Tuesday that he will also operate as tournament director for the Grand Slam in The Hague in 2014 and the FIVB World Championships in 2015. More
Starting Wednesday the Transavia Grand Slam features evening matches and matches at the city court, situated in the old centre of the town, next to the parliament buildings.
The Hague is hosting a FIVB Grand Slam for the first time after Open events in 2009, 2010 and 2011 and the European Championships in 2012. The coastal town will also host a Grand Slam next year and the World Championships in 2015.