Mexican Guerra, Focusing in Poland WCH
TIJUANA, Mexico, August 15, 2014 - Mexican Carlos Guerra, who
built a solid playing career in Switzerland, remarked that the
increased hard work has become an influence in the results of
However, that is because of a big goal: the participation at the
FIVB World Championships in Poland. “I think that some mistakes
have been as a result of our physical work, with a lot of
technical movements”, He said.
“Probably we move are a little bit slower on the court, but that
is because of the physical charge during our fitness and
The Pan Am Cup has been a special parameter to see where they
are at this momento. “When we arrived here for competition, we
knew that we had worked with very intense working charges and
physical preparation. We would not be on top or at high level,
but our goal is to arrive with an optimal condition to the World
Mexico aspired to advance to semifinals. However, Puerto Rico
defeated the host team in the quarterfinals round in four sets.
“We had an advantage always during the first three sets, but we
were physically tired and that beat us at the time. We wanted to
get back and put some pressure, but We couldn´t do so,”
Despite that, the Mexican athlete who has played regularly in
Europe established that his country has a deep roster with high
caliber players that will look to keep on the fifth best teams
of the Cup and to remain in World League.
Match for fifth place is scheduled saturday between Mexico and
Venezuela, that became a sweet surprise.
“Everybody contribute on the same way as part of this team,”
Gerra added. “We don’t depend on one player to make all the
points. We just expect that everybody do their best.
Unfortunately I could not contribute as I normally do,” said
abut the match against Puerto Rico.
The International Mexican player has also a bigger challenge
during the Cup hopes to be ready for the World Championship gets
closer, after suffering an ankle sprain a month ago.
“Personally, I suffered that injury a month ago. I am
recovering day by day. However it hurts a little bit when I try
to jump. Probably this pain will go on during World
Championship, but I will do my best to be ready and solve this
issue,” He concluded.