THE SERVE AND VOLLEY PLAYER AND HOW HE CAPTURES THE NET

THE SERVE AND VOLLEY PLAYER AND HOW HE CAPTURES THE NET

THIS PLAYER LOVES THE SHORT AND DECISIVE ENDS OF POINTS. HE LOVES THE QUICK AND INNOVATIVE MANNER IN WHICH HE CAN KILL SHOTS FROM MID COURT. HE DEVELOPS HIS SERVE TO BE A WEAPON THAT FORCES THE RECEIVER TO DEFENSE THE RETURN. THE SERVER THEN FOLLOWS HIS SERVE TO NET TO PUT AWAY THE WEAK RETURN WITH HIS VOLLEY. THE SPIN THE SERVER USES PRESENTS A TOTALLY DIFFERENT CHALLENGE FOR THE RECEIVER IN DEFENDING THE SERVE WEAPON. THE GOOD PLAYERS CAN PULL YOU OUT OF COURT AS MUCH AS 12 TO 15 FEET FROM YOUR ORIGINAL STANCE. THIS OPENS COURT FOR THE EASY VOLLEY AND NO RECOVERY POSITION FOR THE RECEIVER. THIS TACTIC IS CALLED THE A, B, C,'S OF SERVING. THE A STANDS FOR ANGLE, THE B STANDS FOR BODY, THE C STANDS FOR CENTER IN TERMS OF PLACEMENT. THE SERVER POSITIONS THE BALL WITH SPIN AND AUTOMATICALLY KNOWS WHAT COURT POSITION IS OPEN FOR THE PLACEMENT OF THE VOLLEY. EXAMPLE, SERVER POSITIONS THE SERVE TO C THE FOLLOWS THE VOLLEY TO A FOR THE WINNING SHOT. THIS ALLOWS THE SERVER NEVER TO BE UNSURE OF WERE TO PLACE THE VOLLEY. THIS ALSO ALLOWS FOR PREDICTABLE RETURNS FROM THE RECEIVER WHICH ALSO MAKES FOR AND EASY VOLLEY.

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