In traditional six-person Volleyball, the serve is always made by the Right Back (the right-most player in the rear row). This player continues to serve until they lose service by conceding a point to the other team. Every time a team gains service, the players must rotate positions clockwise, so a different player will serve the ball. The same rules for serving and rotating apply in Beach Volleyball, except there are only two players per team, turning the rotation into a simple exchange of positions.
every single position on a volleyball court serves. there is no specific serving position
spike and volley
the same that serves in tennis
over-hand and underhand
rock paper siccors
No, The server can have as many serves as he or she may like. As long as the opposition doesn't side-out.
an ace in volleyball is when one team serves the ball and the other team cant return it. then the team that served the ball gets an ace
I would say jump serves are pretty difficult
Absolutely, in fact in volleyball it is the predominant type of serve
When one team serves the ball.
it's actually "side" out, and it means you win the point when the other team serves.