Paweł Zatorski has been the full-time libero for the Polish national team for years and has played an important role in its successive successes. The 33-year-old is also considered one of the best volleyball players in the world in his position, and the recent Nations League finals were a particularly pleasant moment for him.
The popular “Zator” was honored with the MVP award, but he did not hide that the team’s success was the most important. Fans can hardly imagine the team without him and are counting on his good performance during the upcoming Olympics in Paris.
However, the best Polish volleyball players are strongly feeling the effects of a tight schedule. In recent weeks, many of them have had health problems, and Zatorski has also joined this list.
This has caused concern among fans and raised significant doubts, which the 33-year-old libero ultimately dispelled. Through social media, he announced that he is also feeling the effects of the exhausting season and is dealing with health issues that he is trying to resolve.
It is not known yet how long his break from the game will last. He is receiving many questions about why he is not appearing on the court, so below is the answer: I am fighting a hip injury and trying to diagnose the problem.
Unfortunately, I am another case experiencing significant disturbances and trying to return to full fitness in this crazy season.