US Outdoor rule question.

US Outdoor rule question.

Post by gslinke » Sat, 18 May 1996 04:00:00


If you intentionally set the ball into the opponent's court, what does
it mean when the ball has to be directed perpendicular to the
direction the shoulders are facing?

If you have your back to the net, which ways can you set it into the
opponents court?
If you are standing with you side toward the net, which ways can you
set it into the opponents court?

Geoff

 
 
 

US Outdoor rule question.

Post by nec.. » Wed, 29 May 1996 04:00:00

Quote:

> If you intentionally set the ball into the opponent's court, what does
> it mean when the ball has to be directed perpendicular to the
> direction the shoulders are facing?

> If you have your back to the net, which ways can you set it into the
> opponents court?
> If you are standing with you side toward the net, which ways can you
> set it into the opponents court?

> Geoff

Um do you have a dictionary?

Perpendicular means at a right angle to your shoulders.

Set the ball directly forward or directly backgrounds from wherever you
are standing.
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