The victories of the handball world begin in Spain tomorrow and for the second time in a separate era with the participation of the Slovak team. The leader of our selection will be the experienced clutch Simona Szarková (29).
Slovakia last presented itself at a top event seven years ago in Croatia, when the team started at the European Championship.
There are only two players in the current staff – the winger Réka Bíziková and the clutch Simona Szarková, who then wore a national team jersey.
“Of course, there has been a generational change in our time over the years. I was a young player then, now I know I am a leader. I’ve been feeling this for a long time. I like the responsibility of this and I believe that I can give the cooperative as much as possible, ” Simona Szarková spoke from the venue of the New Time Championship.
She fought against time
At the beginning of November, the Hungarian player Siófok damaged her meniscus on her left knees and subsequently had to undergo surgery.
“It simply came to our notice then. I have struggled with time, I am still recovering and only now am I starting to train fully after four days. I believe that the knee will be in the match, “ Simona continued.
Progress through the Czechs?
The competitors of our selection will be Hungary, Germany and the Czech Republic at the tournament in group E. The first three teams advance to the next stage.
“We have a demanding group, so all matches will be difficult. I think that a key duel against the Czech Republic will be for us, where I see a chance to move on. The Czechs have changed the staff, they have left several experienced players and thus a certain quality, “ Szarková indicated hints.
The fans declared the sympathetic Slovak player at the 2014 European Championships in Croatia to be one of the most beautiful girls on the board. When asked if I plan to succeed in the poll again, she replied: “I absolutely don’t handle things like that.”
Thursday, December 2 at 8:30 p.m. Slovakia – Hungary
Saturday, December 4 at 6:00 p.m.Slovakia – Germany
Monday, December 6 at 6:00 p.m. Slovakia – Czech Republic