HERE’S WHY Yuji Nishida is the Best Jumper in Volleyball History !!!

HERE’S WHY Yuji Nishida is the Best Jumper in Volleyball History !!! Yuji Nishida (西田 有志, Nishida Yūji, born 30 January 2000) is a Japanese male volleyball player. Currently, he plays for Volley Callipo in Italian Volleyball League. Nishida made…

HERE'S WHY Yuji Nishida is the Best Jumper in Volleyball History !!!

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HERE’S WHY Yuji Nishida is the Best Jumper in Volleyball History !!!
Yuji Nishida (西田 有志, Nishida Yūji, born 30 January 2000) is a Japanese male volleyball player. Currently, he plays for Volley Callipo in Italian Volleyball League.

Nishida made his debut with JTEKT Stings at V.League 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 [6] as well as Japan men’s national volleyball team. Nishida is also representing Japan in the Tokyo Olympics.

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He is one of the youngest players in the 2018 roster of the Japan men’s national volleyball team and FIVB cup Final.[7] 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.[8] 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.[9] 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 June 21, Japan Volleyball Asssociation announced Japanese team roster for 2020 Tokyo Olympics, Nishida had a name as one of the opposite hitters.[42] and was a starting lineup in every match. Nishida was the best scorer in the match that Japan beat Canada 3–1 set count, made 23 points.[43] In the match against Iran, Japanese team needed to win for advance to the quarterfinals round, Nishida made 30 point, made him to be the best scorer of the match and led the team to the next round after 29 years.[44][45] Moreover, he became the first player of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics to break the 30–point scoring mark in the men event and was the tenth player, and first Japanese, since the introduction of the rally scoring system.[46][47][48]

On August 9, Nishida had official announcement that he would transfer to play in Italian Volleyball League for Volley Callipo club in the 2021–22 season.

2020-21 the Japanese Emperor’s Cup — Most Valuable Player [59]
2020-21 V. League — Best Servers at preliminary round[60]
2020-21 V. League — V.League Japan record award player, highest score from Japanese player in the history (with 833 points)[61][62]
2020-21 V. League — Top 2 best scorer at final round[63]
2020-21 V. League — Top 2 best serve effective rate at final round[64]
Club teams
2019-20 V. League — Simple cup icon.svg Champion, with JTEKT Stings[65]
2020-21 the Japanese Emperor’s Cup — Simple cup icon.svg Champion, with JTEKT Stings[66][67][68]
Junior national team
2017 Asian Boys’ U19 Volleyball Championship — Gold medal with cup.svg Gold medal in Myanmar
National team
2019 Asian Men’s Volleyball Championship — Bronze medal with cup.svg Bronze medal in Iran
Personal life
Nishida started playing volleyball after watching his sister playing the sport.
He listed watching movies and shopping as his hobbies.
He has an elder sister 8 years older than him and a brother 6 years older than him.[11]
In the interview, he said his idol is Yūki Ishikawa, Masahiro Yanagida,[69] Michal Kubiak and Hiroaki Asano.[70]
In 2020, there was announced that he would support Asics, a Japanese multinational corporation which produces sports equipment, through product promotions and advertisement.[71]
In February 2021, Nishida had entered a sports sponsorship agreement with Zamst [ja], a brand of athletic braces and care products.

Yūji Nishida
Personal information
Full name Yuji Nishida
Nickname Yuji
Nationality Japanese
Born 30 January 2000 (age 21)
Mie, Japan
Hometown Inabe
Height 1.86 m (6 ft 1 in)[1]
Weight 87 kg (192 lb)
Spike 350 cm (138 in)[2]
Block 335 cm (132 in)
Volleyball information
Position Opposite Spiker
Current club Italy Volley Callipo
Number 11 (National Team)
2 (Volley Callipo)
Career
Years Teams
2017–2021 Japan JTEKT Stings
2021– Italy Volley Callipo

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