A rally is an exchange of shots between players, while a volley is a type of shot which involves hitting the ball before it bounces on the ground.
rally scoring and rally score are the same thing. rally score is when you award a point each time whether a serve is missed or an ace or the ball hits the ground.
there is no such thing as volley scoring. there's rally, traditional, and a volley. rally scoring- every time the play is over, someone gets the point unless it's a redo traditional scoring-you can only get the point if your team served the ball before the play a volley- when the ball is hit back and fourth between the two teams (a good volley would be when it keeps going back and fourth, back and fourth....)
It means to volley the ball.
In rally scoring the other team can score when the volley is lost.
yes if it is rally scoring which is the most common way of scoring in volleyball
F1- Formual one WRC - World Rally Championship
1 There is no difference between an 'ace" (a point won on the service) and any other rally point in volleyball.
point is the point you get on the round your playing and score is the point you earn the whole game
A volley in the simplest form is simply passing the ball back and forward without dropping the ball. A volley is also known as a rally and these can get intense! If you ever watched a volleyball game It's very exciting and fast paced with crazy swings, blocks, and saves. Some rallies/volleys can last over a minute and are very fun to watch.
A rally, is when the ball constantly goes back and forth, between the two teams.
A table tennis rally is the same as a rally in any other racket sport. A rally is a series of "passes" between the players, with players hitting legal shots in turn.