The main problem of the individual passer’s tactics is to defeat the opposing server and provide perfect reception. Today in the volleyball serve reception is viewed as an ideal, safe, unsafe, poor, or as an error.
Ideal service reception – after receiving service, setter can set a fast attack (he is not moved from his position and can perform jump set of spike).
Safe serve reception – after receiving service setter can perform set, but not pre-prepared combination.
Uncertain service reception – after receiving service the ball did not come up near setter (setter has to make more steps to get to the ball and can’t organize a planned attack).
Poor reception service – the ball was transferred to the opposing team’s field.
Error – points to the opponent.
Analysis of individual passer tactics have set aside four sequences in receiving services.
1. Selecting a position to receive – passer has to see opposite server from his position, especially if your opponent is trying to hide him. Inability to see the server brings passer in a difficult position.
2. Arrival in position to receive – taking a passing platform, setting body in the direction of the ball flight.
3. Performing techniques serve reception in a situation of contact with the ball.
4. Completion of the receiving services and the transition to a new action.