Coach Cha Sang-Hyeon, Double Action of Serving is Unsportsmanlike

Coach Sang-Hyeon Cha, “The double action of serving is unsportsmanlike… Women’s volleyball coaches agree”

There has been recent controversy in men’s volleyball over the strategy of inducing position faults.

Sang-Hyeon Cha

Women’s volleyball coach Cha Sang-hyun of GS Caltex expressed a negative stance regarding the ‘double serve action’ that has recently plagued the men’s team. 카지노사이트위키

Coach Cha said ahead of the home game against Heungkuk Life Insurance to be held at Jangchung Gymnasium in Seoul on the 31st, “I don’t look at it favorably.

I don’t think it should be taught that way.

“It is an unsportsmanlike act,” he said.

The ‘double serve action’ introduced by Panasonic, the Japanese team that participated in the Professional Volleyball Cup last August,

is a strategy that takes advantage of the players’ habit of moving to the attacking position immediately after serving.

Volleyball Rules

According to volleyball rules, the moment the serve is made,

the player on the team who receives the ball must be in the designated positions numbered 1 through 6.

If you leave the spot, 1 point is awarded as a ‘position fault’.

The double serve action is a movement in which the server pauses when serving,

like a time lag attack, which induces a position fault on the opponent.

On the 26th, in the men’s division, KEPCO and Hyundai Capital exchanged scores once with this movement.

When KEPCO first scored in this way in the second set, the Hyundai Capital bench protested to the referee,

but when it was not accepted, they followed suit in the third set and returned the favor.

Regarding this, Coach Cha said, “There is a chat room where only women’s volleyball coaches gather.

We said, ‘Let’s not try as hard as we did,’ and all the coaches agreed, he said.

If all the players serve like that, it could create an unsightly scene.

Coach Cha believes that foreign coaches think the same way.

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