Most players are familiar with the volleyball serving strategy of keeping the ball as low as possible as it crosses the net.
Keeping the serve low works well because...
Most are familiar with the strategy of serving low, but it can also be effective to serve the ball high.
Here is why you should learn to serve high and place the ball short...
Here is why you should learn to serve high and place the ball deep...
1) Serving High, Placing the Ball Short
2) Serving High, Placing the Ball Deep
3) Serving Low, Placing the Ball Short
4) Serving Low, Placing the Ball Deep
If you're able to hit these 4 types of serves, not only will you be deceptive, but you will be able to place the ball anywhere you want on the court.
So always remember it's important to test your opponent with different serves. Once you discover where the opponent is weak in serve receive, you'll soon be breaking them down and serving them off the court.
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