Nice Point Brian Battistone and Trent Aaron, Palm Springs Tennis Tournament Champs 2009
Serve-and-volley is a style of play in tennis where the player serving moves quickly towards the net after hitting a serve, to attempt to hit a volley afterwards. In the serve-and-volley playstyle, the server attempts to hit a volley (a shot where the ball is struck without allowing it to bounce), as opposed to the baseline game, where the server stays back following the serve and attempts to hit a groundstroke (a shot where the ball is allowed to bounce before contact is made).
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The volleyball serve is the closest thing we have in sports resembli... There are interesting similarities between volleyball and tennis on the serve technique.
Generally, a serve that hits the net and trickles over into the proper service box is called a “let.”. In this case the serve is taken over as a redo. If the serve hits the net tape and goes over to hit the other player out of the air, the point is counted as a let.
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Step 1: The Stance. A proper tennis serve stance is when your feet are positioned so that the front foot is pointing towards the right net post (for right-handers) and the back foot is parallel to the baseline. Basic serve stance gives you balance in all directions.
The reason a spike serve is feasible in volleyball is that there is no limitation on where the ball can land anywhere on the court (other than out, obviously, or touching the net). This gives the volleyball server a large target area. In contrast, a tennis serve has to land in a box that is 1/4 the size of the opponents court.