Date: 2 weeks ago   Category: Chess

Sisters Muzychuk have explained the decision to go to a WC on chess to Russia


Sisters Muzychuk have explained the decision to go to a WC on chess to Russia
Sportswomen have said that they can't influence the choice of the country which will host the World Cup. The Ukrainian chess players Maria and Anna Muzychuk have said that they can't influence the choice of the place of competitions and therefore will go to the World Cup which will take place in November in the Russian Khanty-Mansiysk. So they have commented on the solution of TSN. "The fact that you are in Russia, will psychologically press. But I have won the World Cup which was taking place in Sochi in 2015. I will hope that this year I will also play well", - Maria Muzychuk has told. Her sister Anna has noted that they "perfectly understand that the countries are at war", but athletes can't influence the choice of the venue of competitions. Sisters have added that such decision was given them not easy, but otherwise they could lose the titles. Earlier it was reported that the women's national team of Ukraine on chess has taken the second place at the Olympic Games, and Maria Muzychuk has won gold at a tournament. News from the Correspondent.netv of Telegram. Subscribe for our https://t.me/korrespondentnet channel

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