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A block occurs when a front-row player close to the net reaches higher than the net and contacts the ball as it is coming over from the opponent. A block attempt is when the blocker reaches higher than the net but does not contact the ball, and a com
There are only two (different) actions when you are permitted to reach beyond (over) the net: blocking and attack hit. After making an attack hit, you are allowed to pass your hand beyond the net, but the contact must have been made within your own p
Normally, if a player touches the ball with two different parts of the body in succession (not simultaneously), it is a Double Contact fault. However, the block and the first team hit are exceptions to this. During the block and during the first hit,
By Greg Letts Updated August 22, 2016. N writes: Greg, I searched a question on google to determine who gets the point when a ball "deflects" from the table by hitting an edge. I believe that you are incorrect in asserting that either player can rece
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Yes, if you attack the ball, and the blocker makes any contact with the ball, and it comes back to your side, then your hits are reset (otherwise a block to your side would be a guaranteed point for them every time) and you can once again take up to
Update: The below answer was valid at the time it was posted, however, the rules changed dramatically, and now any contact with the net by a player between the antennae, during the action of playing the ball, is a fault. (With explicit inclusion of t
There's not going to be anything really governing 'serving hard' as ethical or not ethical. I played volleyball for 6 years, so I eventually had a pretty good serve as well. In PE class, or at parties (4th of July, etc
Yes, the blocker can reach over the net to block the ball. However, blockers are not allowed to interfere with an opponent's play. Essentially, this means that the blocker is not allowed to touch the ball until an opponent has made an attack hit
Rally Scoring Rally Scoring http://www. Volleyball. ORG Rally Scoring: Scoring method where points can be won by the serving or receiving team