You should stand behind the line, to serve a volleyball. If you put one of your legs over the line, the serve won't count.
In tennis, it is a foul if you step over the line while serving.
A foot foul is when you step over the line on your serve.
The object of the game is to serve the ball over the net and touch the floor on the other side to score a point. If you serve the volleyball over the net and it hits the floor inside of the boundary lines- its called an ace.
Yes. You must start your serve behind the service line and in the service area, but you may jump over the line and into the playing area during your jump serve.
a volleyball serve is when one team either underhand or overhand 'serves' to the other team; when one person goes to the back line of the volleyball court, tosses the ball, and contacts it with their hand, or leaves it on their hand and hits it over the net with their fist. they must serve from behind the serving line.
a serve is when a player on a team is behind the white line and hits it over the net; make sure you don't foot fault :)
The serve is the first hit. To serve, the player stands behind the serving line (the line at the back of the court) and must hit the ball over the net without making the ball go out of bounds.
Making contact with the net, lifting the ball, blocking a serve, touching the ball two times in a row, and stepping over the line on a serve.
If you mean where the person serves,you serve from the back line, and if you go over it, then theline judge or ref calls it and the otherteam get a point and the ball.
No you have to get it over the net in one serve
It is when the serve goes in to the net instead of over the net.