What will they do next season? Who I expect will leave (->).
I will first mention some important figures that did not make the top.
Aurelia Bradeanu was a key player in her last year in Gyor, covering all back court positions. At her side, Eduarda Amorim was cleverly used when a power shooter was needed. They were opposite types of attack players, Duda with a blunt shot, Aurelia with some spin in her wrist.
Olga Levina, better than words, better than Penezic, because she’s less of a queen and more of a bitch.
Camilla Dalby, the absolute right back, the first in years not painful to watch. No more of Jurack’s heavy footwork, no more of Katarina ripping her own moves infinitely. It will be all about Dalby, Varlec (provided she’ll come back equally strong) and Sulland.
Soit and Larsen, not my personal favs this year, but getting on my nerves means they must have been good.
Most underestimated players: Yeliz Ozel and Sanela Knezovic. Some 10+ mark to both of them for the unmeant fun style.
2. Emiliya Turey (Rus)
4. Polina Kuznetcova (Rus)
5. Henriette Mikkelsen (Den)
2. Karolina Kudlacz (Pol) ->
3. Andrea Lekic (Srb) – in Gyor
4. Isabelle Gulldén (Swe) – in Viborg
1. Heidi Loke (Nor) – in Gyor
4. Ionela Stanca (Rou) ->
5. Simona Spiridon (Aut) ->
1. Katarina Bulatovic (Mne)
2. Anna Kochetova (Rus)
3. Linn Jorum Sulland (Nor)
4. Barbara Varlec (Slo) – taking a break
5. Grit Jurack (Ger)
1. Jovanka Radicevic (Mne) – in Gyor
2. Nora Mork (Nor)
3. Carmen Martin Berenguer (Esp)
5. Katarina Mravikova (Svk) – retiring
5. Jelena Grubisic (Cro) ->