No, it is not legal, the serve must go over the net before it is touched by anybody.
Blocking, hitting, or tipping it back over the net on the first touch after a serve.
It is when the serve goes in to the net instead of over the net.
A serve in volleyball is legal as long it lands inside or on the boundaries of the court. If the ball hits the net AND goes over it is also legal. however, any serve that hits the net and does not go over or goes out of bounce is not legal. Hitting the outside antenna or touching the antenna would be considers illegal as well. Lastly, in order for the serve to even count, the servers foot cannot cross or touch the serving line before the ball is contacted. If so this is considered illegal.
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.
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.
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.
Volleyball: "Break it!" (short for 'break the serve.' Which is to score a point against the opposing team so they will not serve over and over again. ) "Side Out!" (means to get the ball back, so your team can serve.)
you score when the other team cant get the ball back over the net or when the other team doesn't get their serve over the net
The overhand in volleyball is a serve, an overhand SERVE. They sometimes are VERY POWERFUL, and right over the net, or they could be high, and up in the air.
It is when the ball touches the net on a serve, but still goes over, in-bounds.
The size of the serving area is the area between the back two lines of the volleyball court. You may serve anywhere between the lines and outside the court. If your foot touches or goes over the line you lose the serve.