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Serving Drills

2.1 DRILL OBJECTIVE
Rarely do we serve and stay at the baseline so this drill works on serving and moving into the court to get additional practice on any specified play determined by the coach.

Serving Drills

2.4 DRILL OBJECTIVE
For servers the objective is to create a passes that are off the net.
For passers the objective is to pass consistently forward to an ideal position off the net.

Serving Drills

2.7 DRILL OBJECTIVE
This drill works on developing a serve that splits the passers down the middle (often referred to as the ‘husband and wife’ serve)

Serving Drills

2.2 DRILL OBJECTIVE
This drill focuses on the development of serves that make the opposition move away from their starting positions with the objective of creating a passing error.
The heart shape is a good teaching tool for beginners.

Serving Drills

2.5 DRILL OBJECTIVE
This drill develops the ability of an athlete to place a variety of serves accurately.

Serving Drills

2.3 DRILL OBJECTIVE
Athletes learn to develop a good consistent deep serve that lands in the last 3 feet of the court and pushes the passer back.
Great serve when the server is playing with the wind in their back as the ball has to travel a significant distance up into the wind after the pass making it difficult for the opposition setter.

Serving Drills

2.6 DRILL OBJECTIVE
This drill develops consistency of serving and a understanding of the area of the court that are best to serve into.
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The serve is the only time when you have complete control over the point with respect to the fact that the ball begins in your hand.

Teams that put strong serving pressure on their opponents generate more scoring opportunities than teams with easy serves and as a result have more success and for this reason considerable time should be spent developing the serve.

Make sure you get practice serving in different wind conditions and when the wind is traveling in different directions across the court.