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Yuji Nishida IS BACK !!! First Match in VNL 2021 | Monster of the Vertical Jump

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Yuji Nishida IS BACK !!! His First Match in VNL 2021 ! He is Monster of the Vertical Jump !!! After his injury that happened before the start of the Volleyball Nations League 2021, everyone wondered when Yuji Nishida would back. Finally, after 4 weeks, Yuji Nishida played his first match in the VNL 2021. This 20-year-old monster of the vertical jump again surprised everyone with his jumping skills and power during the spike. He is not in great shape yet due to the seriousness of the injury, but we hope that everything will return to normal. How do you like the first match of Yuji Nishida in VNL 2021. Write in the comment :)

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Yuji Nishida (西田 有志, Nishida Yūji, born 30 January 2000) is a Japanese male volleyball player.

Nishida currently plays for JTEKT Stings, a volleyball club based in Kariya, Aichi, Japan. He made his debut with JTEKT Stings at V.League (Japan) on 6 January 2018 in a match against Osaka Blazers Sakai. His impressive debut at the young age of 17 soon earned him a position in JTEKT's Starting 6 [1] as well as Japan men's national volleyball team.

He is one of the youngest players in the 2018 roster of the Japan men's national volleyball team and FIVB cup Final.[2] He made his first international performance with the Japanese national team in 2018 FIVB Volleyball Men's Nations League. In June 2018, he played a pivotal role in securing Japan's first win in 11 years against Italy where he collected 24 points from 21 spikes and 3 aces.[3] In September 2018, in a match against Argentina in 2018 FIVB Volleyball Men's World Championship, Nishida became the youngest player ever to score 30 points in a match.[4] In June 2019, Nishida broke serving records in the VNL history after hitting 7 aces in a single game during a match against Bulgaria.

On April 5th, 2021, Japan Volleyball Association (JVA) announced the Japanese national team roster for this season through the officially website,[24] competing for the all tournaments in 2021 and Nishida was one of the roster.

On May 1st–2nd, JVA hold "Volleyball Japan National Team International Friendly Match-Tokyo Challenge 2021", preparing for 2020 Summer Olympics which be held in September, Nishida was the starting player of two matches.[25] Japanese team beat China with a set count 3-2 on 8th and 3-1 on 9th.[26][27]

On May 8–9th, JVA hold "2021 Volleyball Men's National Team Red and White Match", which is a competing between Japanese national team themselves, Nishida had a name in starting player of the red team on 8th.[28][29] In the early of the first set, Nishida got an injury on his right ankle after landed from blocking, he couldn't walk by himself so the got carried out from the court. After that he went to the hospital, the head coach of the team said that Nishida had taken a roentgen, the result was he had no fractures and was diagnosed with a sprain on the right ankle. Additionally, they had to consider about the further detailed inspection.[30][31][32]

Nishida had the name in the 2021 FIVB Volleyball Men's Nations League Japanese team roster, the competition would hold in Rimini, Italy, although he wasn't fully recovered.

Yūji Nishida
Personal information
Nationality Japan
Born 30 January 2000 (age 21)
Mie, Japan
Hometown Inabe
Height 1.86 m (6 ft 1 in)
Weight 82 kg (181 lb)
Spike 361 cm (142 in)
Block 338 cm (133 in)
Volleyball information
Position Opposite spiker
Current club Japan JTEKT Stings
Number 11 (National Team)
14 (JTEKT Stings)
Years Teams
2017– Japan JTEKT Stings
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