There is a deficit of pure centers on the Ukrainian roster, so the condition of Mircheva will be monitored by the coaches and doctors of the national team scrupulously. Throughout the club season, she was in perfect shape, playing as a starting center for French strugglers Calais. The intensity of a relegation battle witnessed the Berdiansk-born player giving much more effort on the court than usual and she put up some huge numbers during the calendar year. It will remain to be seen how the playing rhythm of fighting so hard will have affected her stamina. Nevertheless, having her in the squad allows Ukraine to play with a strong center who is capable of rebounding and shooting. She has EuroCup and EuroLeague Women experience and also played for her nation in France two years ago.