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2022 FIBA Women’s Basketball World Cup Quarterfinal Overview

By Jeff Stinger

We’re down to eight teams following a suspenseful group stage in the 2022 FIBA Women’s Basketball World Cup. Team USA and Australia topped their respective group after five days of action. With the next round all set, Nitrobetting gives you a low-down of the competition in this 2022 FIBA Women’s Basketball World Cup Quarter-final Overview.

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2022 FIBA Women’s Basketball World Cup Quarterfinals

Group A winners

Defending champions United States was headlined by A’ja Wilson. She was instrumental in their run to the final eight in a dominant fashion. The 26-year-old broke the record for most points in a World Cup game and longest win streak at a World Cup as they went undefeated in Group A.

Booking a slot in the quarters from the same group is China. They are the only Asian nation moving onto the knockout stage. The Chinese gave Team USA a run for their money but eventually picked up their only group stage defeat. Nevertheless, these are exciting times for the nation as they take on France tomorrow afternoon.

Joining the aforementioned teams are Belgium and Puerto Rico. The latter defied the FIBA Women’s Basketball World Cup odds and made history for their country as they advance to the quarters for the first time.

Group B winners

The hosts bounced back from an opening game defeat to France. They swept their remaining games and capped the last day of the group stage with a 71-54 victory over Japan. Australia won four consecutive games and looked good ahead of their quarter-final clash against Belgium. They enjoyed plenty of support from their home crowd and cheered on veteran basketball player Lauren Jackson.

Finishing behind the Aussies with the same 4-1 record in Canada. It was the Australians who snapped their momentum in a close three-point defeat. They did well to recover from the loss with a 88-65 win over tournament underdogs Mali.

Keeping their FIBA World Cup hopes alive are European nations Spain and France, finishing in third and fourth, respectively. Both closed the opening stage of their campaign with three wins and two losses.

Other tournament information

Keeping on with Nitrobetting’s 2022 FIBA Women’s Basketball World Cup Quarter-final Overview, Winners of this year’s tournament get automatic qualification for Paris 2024. This keeps the intensity high as everything is to play for as the knockout phase gets underway. All games will be played at the Sydney Superdome on September 29, 2022, starting with a contest between Team USA and Serbia.

As soon as the four teams are determined, the 2022 FIBA Women’s Basketball World Cup Semi-final round takes place the day after, September 30, 2022. This is swiftly followed by the final match on October 1, 2022.

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