You have eight seconds to serve.
In volleyball, the amount of time the server can take to serve after the whistle is blown varies based on what organization you are playing under. Some time around five seconds is usually used, though.
yes, they are one of the six players at a time
The person in position 1 (back right corner) is always the server. After one team wins a point, that team gets to serve. Each time they win a point, they rotate clockwise so the next person can serve.
In professional volleyball, you get one. High school competitive rules were changed to allow "tosses" that are clearly not intended as part of a serve (subject to time allowance).
A Double Fault
Could be referring to the time limit (ten seconds) the server has to serve the ball once the whistle has blown. Could also refer to the rule changes that have been implemented to speed up the game, such as scoring on every serve regardless of which team serves.
the ball is in play from the time it is served to the time it hits the floor or the whistle is blown (signaling an out of rotation, player touched net, server crossed line). the ball goes into play after the fer. blows the wistle and signals for the sever to serve and then he/she serves
There is no given time for volleyball
there is no time limit in volleyball except for the 30 seconds allowed for timeouts and 8 seconds given to initially serve the ball.
The team should rotate every time it is their serve after the other team missed.