A volleyball player's wrist snaps forward after setting a ball.
Setting in volleyball is when a player hits the ball over the net in a forward pass motion. The ball is hit off the finger tips and not spiked with the fist.
Friction in volleyball can happen many ways you see. First is when a player has to run for the ball after a team mate has hit it but doesnt go over the net. Also friction can happen when a player dives, when a player dives, you offten get friction on your legs if you do not wear socks [which i recommend you wear socks...trust me] or on your arms if you dive straight on and you dive pretty far.
A double hit in volleyball is when the same player contacts the ball twice without another player touching the ball.
I think you mean spike the volleyball, and yes you can
Anyone that is on the court serves the ball.
A save is when one of your players gets a hard ball into play. For example, if the opposing team spikes the ball onto your side and a backrow player dives for it and gets it up to the setter, that is considered a "save". Basically, your "saving" the ball or "saving" your teams butt : )
The word digging in volleyball stands for when you are going down and hit the floor with your kneepads and hit the floor and bump the ball!!! Also most people call the person out in the "left back" they are called diggers which they dig the balls they get on there knees and hit it!!**A "dig" is when a ball is spiked from the opposing side, and a player "dives" to get or pass up the ball, and is successful.
Service is when the player serves the ball.
It is a player who hits the ball with its hands.