Serve scarier than attack… Leo, the all-time record challenge

OK Financial Group’s main gun, Leonardo Leyva Martinez (registered name Leo), is challenging the all-time record by showing off a tremendous sub-face.

In the match against KEPCO on the 16th, Leo poured 11 sub-aces and led the team’s victory.

In this full set match, Leo recorded sub aces in all but the first set. In particular, in the 5th set 1-1, he properly destroyed Lee Ji-seok with the KEPCO Libero with 4 consecutive serves.

The 11 serve aces are the most in an individual game and the second highest in history, following the 15 recorded by Göregi Grozer (registered name Groza) as a member of Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance in the 2015-16 season. 카지노사이트

The enemy general also stuck out his tongue at Leo’s serve. KEPCO coach Kwon Young-min said, “It seemed to be hitting an attack, not a serve. The ball came in without rotation and was difficult to receive.”

Leo, who ranked 4th in serve last season (0.50 per set). This season, he showed a more strengthened serve and is running first in this category (0.96 per set).

If Leo maintains his pace, it is expected that he will be able to achieve the highest record ever. Groser holds the record for the most serves in a season in the V-League. Grozer succeeded in 102 serve aces in 31 games (123 sets) in the 2015-16 season, recording 0.829 per set.

Currently, Leo has completed 108 serves in 29 games (112 sets). That’s close to one serve per set. If you add just 4 more serves in the future, Kyle Russell (registered name Russell) in the 2020-21 season will exceed the most servings in a season of 111.

Leo explained the secret to his stronger serve as “keeps the weight and gains confidence”.

He added, “Last season, I stepped on the line a lot. Even in the days of Samsung Fire & Marine Insurance, the serve was not good.”

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