I am assuming that you mean the red and white pole attached to the net, and if the volleyball touches that during the game, the other team would get the point and the ball
As soon as the ball is out of possesion of a server.
3 touches to send the ball back to the other team.
One example of presure being involved during volleyball is when you serve, everyone is watching. Also, if the other team is serving and the ball comes to you as a first pass. You would probably feel pressured.
If I understand correctly, there are a few calls that the official can call against the serving team. 1. Foot fault- if the servers foot touches/crosses the end line as he/she is serving. 2. Out of rotation- if the serving team is not in the correct order before/during the service. 3. Out of bounds- if the server serves the ball out of any of the lines on the opposing side of the court or crosses the planes of the antennae. 4. Short ball- if the ball doesn't make it over the net.
There are six players in a volleyball court during match.
No you do not need a libero in volleyball. During the 2012 club volleyball season teams will be allowed to have up to two liberos.
A volleyball coach: -Runs practices -Creates a rotation for the players during the game
At what height are the nets placed during a professional women's volleyball match?
in badminton during the service if shuttle touches the net but it reach oponent player successfully is it fault