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Speed-minton Midterm Study Guide
Terms in this set (17)
A serve that is neither touched nor returned by the receiving team. It scores an immediate point for the serving team.
The vertical attachments on either side of the net along the court sidelines. The antennae are the boundary markers for fair hit balls. A ball hit outside the antennae is not playable.
The aggressive play of the offensive team as it hits the ball over the net.
The area between the attack line and the baseline (end line).
The dividing line of the court that runs underneath the length of the net. If a player completely crosses this line with his or her foot, or if any part of his or her body extends over this line into the opposing court, a fault will be called.
Classic Three Hit
Describes the use of the bump, set, and spike hits as one coordinated play on the ball.
A defensive maneuver in which two or three front-line players on the same team jump in unison to block an opponent's shot.
A player with outstretched arms extends his or her entire body toward the floor in an effort to get under a low hit ball.
Occurs when an attacking player in the frontcourt dupes the opposing team by jumping at the net as if to hit a spike, but instead allows the ball to go by for another teammate to hit.
An overhand serve in which little or no spin is put on the ball.
The area on the court between the attack lines and the net.
A smash, hit by a frontcourt player, that the opposite side is unable to return.
Occurs when the ball touches the net before going over. The ball is still playable. However, if the ball touches the net on a serve it is ruled a fault.
The period of play from when the ball is served until play stops.
Following a side out, it is the clockwise movement of players on the serving team to their positions on the court. Once a serve has been made, players may move freely about the court. However, after each point they must return to their positions until the next service change.
The area on the court where a player stands while serving the ball.
The name for the player who frequently uses the overhead pass to set the ball up to front-line players .
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