Belyakova has nerves of steel which is not only befitting of a captain of the national team, but also as one of Europe's most dangerous shooters. Chicago Sky and former EuroLeague Women champion coach Pokey Chatman still names her as the deadliest sniper she has ever worked with, having had her on the Sparta&K M.R. Vidnoje roster. She is also a flexible player who can cover three positions including small forward and be dangerous from all of them. She also regularly demonstrates exceptional defence - a skill that largely turned the season of Dynamo Kursk into the most successful in the club's history. The soul of the team both at club and international level, she doesn't have any real weaknesses, with reigning WNBA champion coach Sandy Brondello insisting that she's the only Russian player who's capable of playing on par with the top American players outside of her homeland. The guard is set to be the driving force for her country at the Final Round and the main cog in the Russian wheel after leading in points, assists and steals during qualifying and shooting the lights out from long-range with Kursk in EuroLeague Women.