As of 2001, if the ball touches the net on a volleyball serve, this is a completely legal serve. Prior to this rule, the ‘let’ serve allowed players to attempt a second service when the ball touched the net and rolled into play.
Answering this in 2019, any time that you are playing the ball, you are not allowed to touch the net anywhere between the two antennae. As it happens, contact with the net between the antennae and net posts is legal, so long as it doesn’t interfere with play--and the same is true for touching the net posts and pads.
In volleyball players can’t touch the net with any part of their bodies. If some of them during the action touches the net, the opposite team wins one point. However, touching the net with the ball is allowed. In the past you could touch the net like crazy. Rules are always revolving. The same applies to volleyball.
One serve is allowed per side out and it must land within the opponent’s court. If it touches the net and continues into the opponent’s court, it is a live ball. It is a violation to touch the net or to reach over the net, except on follow through of a spike.
Net Service Is In Play. A served ball that hits the net does not result in the service team losing its serve. The net serve is considered in-play, unless 1) it does not continue over the net or 2) lands outside the opposing team’s court-side untouched by the opposing team. SPIKING & BLOCKING
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Yes, a player may touch the net outside the sideline boundary, the cables or ropes, or the post without triggering a fault. The only exception is that there can’t be any interference in doing this, if there is, it’s a fault. 4. If The Ball Is Driven Into The Net So Hard It Touches Me, Is That A Fault? No, when the ball is driven into the net and that causes the net to touch the player, there is no fault, the play continues.
The volleyball touches an object outside the court, the ceiling or person that is "out of play". The volleyball touches the ropes, antennae, posts, or net itself that is outside the antennae. The volleyball crosses the vertical plane of the net either partially or totally outside the crossing space (above or completely outside the antennae).
In volleyball you are not allowed to reach over the net to attack the ball, however, there are actually quite a few exceptions to this rule. You are allowed to reach over the net to play the ball if the opposition have you used their 3 allocated touches, hence why you are allowed to press a block over the net.