LONDON Busy with training responsibilities for his Korean club team, Matthew Anderson didn't watch any of the U.S. men's volleyball matches from their galvanizing run to gold at the Beijing Olympics. But last year, following a disappointing sixth-place finish at the FIVB World Cup, somebody popped in a DVD of the gold medal match. "It was pretty cool," Anderson said. Expectations for a repeat are low, but Team USA opened its defense in impressive fashion Sunday at Earls Court. Thanks in large part to Anderson's relentless attacking, defending European champion Serbia fell in straight sets 25-17, 25-22 and 25-11 in a tidy 84 minutes.
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