Blocking is a skill in volleyball used to prevent the opponent from a successful attack hit. A block technique is used to deflect the ball coming from an attacker. The blocker is trying to block the ball back into the opponent's court. Advanced volleyball teams may have different blocking strategies.
Also asked, what is the attack in volleyball?
Attack: The offensive act of hitting the volleyball. Attacker: Also called "hitter" or "spiker". An offensive player who tries to hit the ball to end a play and ultimately earn a point for his team. Back Court: The space from the end line to the attack line.
What is the purpose of the attack line in volleyball?
The ball is served into play. The backcourt players can only hit the ball over the net if they jump from behind the attack line, also known as the three-metre line, which separates the front and back part of the court. Volleyball has developed into a very specialised sport.
What is the definition of a match in volleyball?
Below is the definition as of 2011. The changing of the game of volleyball has led to confusion among players, refs, coaches and especially spectators. A Set and a Match - The new terms in volleyball are a set is 25 points and it takes 2 or 3 sets to win a match. Usually the deciding set of a match is 15 points.