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Rules to play Beach Volleyball

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States of play

BALL IN PLAY

The ball is in play from the service contact until the ball is out of play. BALL OUT OF PLAY

The ball is out of play from the moment the ball lands or a fault is committed. The rally ends when a referee halts play or the ball is out of play. BALL IN (OR IN BOUNDS)

A ball is in when its first contact with the ground is on the playing court or a boundary line. BALL OUT (OR OUT OF BOUNDS)

The ball is out when: Its first contact with the ground is completely outside the playing court, and it does not cause boundary lines to move; It completely crosses the net outside the posts or under the net after the attacking teams third contact; or It touches an object out of play.


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Rights and responsibilities of the players
Service
Players
Players equipment
External interference
Playing faults
Ball
Ball at the net
Block
Delays to the game
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