There are few European frontcourt players around who can step out to the perimeter and pose the same kind of three-point danger as Tetemondova. Her inside-outside game is as good as it gets when she finds her groove from downtown, just like she did during qualification when she was on fire from long-range and shot the lights out. That also followed on from a nice contribution from distance at her Final Round debut two years ago when combined with her calm manner, makes her very much a silent killer. Always touted as having big potential, she has established herself as one of the leaders for her country and delivered against that promise. She has EuroLeague and EuroCup Women experience to call upon, although comes into this summer having missed much of last season with a serious injury - although she did manage to play for the last month or two.