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well volleying is were you hit the ball back and forth to see who is going to have the ball to serve first. - that's why they say volley for serve.

So that advantage of that would be having the first opportunity to be able to gain a point on your opponent. If you are not the serving team you do not gain a point. You only have the chance to then serve the ball yourself.

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