The ball is allowed to touch the net. No part of any player is allowed to touch the net.
Players may touch the ground on the opponents side of the net with their foot as long as they pick their foot up directly up off the ground and bring it back to their side of the court. They may not drag their foot back to their side of the court. If a player falls and lands on the opponents side of the court it is considered "under the net" and causes a point and/or sideout.
The shuttle can, nothing else otherwise it's a foul.
No you aren't allowed to touch the net at any part of the game. It is called a net violation. If the ball hits it, its fine, but you cannot hit it.
no you are not aloud to touch the net at all in volley ball even if you fall into the net the point is awarded to the other team this can be judged by the umpire in the game, the ball is aloud to touch the net and go over but no person is aloud to touch the net or even put tthere hands over the net to block the ball.
No,it is not allowed to reach over the net.
you can be as close as you want to the net but you are not allowed to touch it. you're also not allowed to reach over the net to the over side of the court or put your foot over the centre line underneath the net
as many times as it takes for the ball to make it over without touching the net. there is no limit to this.
No, your are only allowed to hit the ball three times, unless the first was a touch at the block.
As long as you don't touch the net, and the ball doesn't touch the ground, yes.
no part of your body can touch the volleyball net
just don't touch the net
arms, head, body and knees....but the players cannot use their feet