Ratko Rudić will soon be back on the bench with some of the players that he already coached, Igor Hinić, Dubravko Šimenc, Frano Vićan ... Hungarians will organize on July 31, at the Danube Arena, a large water polo spectacle called Millenium Masters All-Star, the solemn celebration of one of the best and greatest water poloists of all time, Tamas Kasas. It is a kind of continuation of the last year's veteran World Championship in Budapest, which gathered nearly 10,000 water polo players from Europe, USA, Australia and Asia. All-star Hungary will feature their best water polo players in history, those who won three Olympic gold medals (Sydney 2000, Athens 2004 and Beijing 2008): Tibor Benedek, Peter Biros, Rajmund Fodor, Istvan Gergely, Tamas Kasas, Kiss Gergely, Zoltan Kos, Tamas Marcz, Tamas Molnar, Barnabas Steinmetz, Zoltan Szecsi, Bulcsu Szekely, Tamas Varga, Zsolt Varga and Attila Vari. Denes Kemeny long-standing coach will be conducting from the bench. For World All Star, players invited are: Dubravko Šimenc, Frano Vićan and Igor Hinić (Croatia), Revaz Chomakidze (Georgia), Georgios Afroudakis (Greece), Francesco Postiglione (Italy) Harry van der Meer (Netherlands), Sergei Garbuzov and Irek Zinurov (Russia), and Petar Trbojevic and Aleksandar Šapić (Serbia).