Before a set begins, the players are put in a certain order based on their position on the court. Though they can move anywhere once the ball is served, the players must be in this order beforehand. If the referee or scorekeeper notices that the players have gone out of rotation, an automatic time out is called on the team, and the players must be put back in the proper order.
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When the person who is serving steps over or on the service line.
While serving, if the player's foot breaks the line, it is considered a foot fault, and the opposing team is awarded a point.
No, that would be a foot-fault.
A foot fault is when in volleyball you serve and you pass the line or put your foot under the net.
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It is called a foot fault. You can also have a foot fault if you step over the center line onto the opponent's court.
A foot fault. It's basically when a player is serving and they step over the end line causing a side out (automatic point and lose of serve) for the other team.
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A "fault" is committed when the server hits the net with the ball or when the ball is hit outside the service court.