The Canadian Men’s National Volleyball team ended the Nations League round in Ottawa with a loss to Serbia.

The team finished the tournament with two wins and two losses in front of home crowds at TD Place in Ottawa.

Canada won the first set 25 to 21 with team captain Nicholas Hoag serving four times in a row.

Serbia won the second set 25 to 20 with an ace from libero Miran Kujundžić who also finished the game with 19 points, the second highest overall.

Canada started the third set with a number of massive spikes before Serbia pulled ahead toward the end, winning the set 25 to 18.

The fourth set was the closest with the lead going back and forth between the two teams.

The Serbian fans in the audience added to the atmosphere in the arena by singing, cheering and waving large national flags.

Ultimately Serbia won the set 25 to 23, taking the match three sets to one.

Canada finished the second leg of the tournament with wins over Cuba and U.S and losses to Argentina and Serbia.

Serbia finished the week with a win over the Netherlands three sets to zero and losses to the U.S. three sets to two and Argentina three sets to two.

Serbia will play Cuba in Ljubljana, Slovenia on June 19 and Canada will play Japan on June 18 in Manila, Philippines.

Canada will be heading to Paris for the Summer Olympics in July as one of the six teams who have already qualified.