Volleyball Explained: What happens in Rotation 4?

Volleyball Explained: What happens in Rotation 4?

The next rotation in our “needs to be examined” list is Rotation 4. What do we have to take into account when the setter is in position 4 on a volleyball court? This is probably the most difficult volleyball rotation in terms of understanding, especially for beginners...
The Quiet Leader: Lukas Kampa

The Quiet Leader: Lukas Kampa

The main setter of the German national team Lukas Kampa is surely not one of the biggest stars on the volleyball court, although he has been pronounced “Best setter” during the World Championship 2014 in Poland where Germany won the bronze medal after a great run and...
Volleyball Explained: What happens in Rotation 3?

Volleyball Explained: What happens in Rotation 3?

After the details of rotations 1 and 2 have been analyzed in previous two articles, it is time to make the same exercise also with rotation 3 which has its substantial specifics too. From the perspective of the receiving team the setter has the usual options on...
Expect the unexpected: Mateusz Bienek

Expect the unexpected: Mateusz Bienek

Mateusz Bienek is one of the younger volleyball Polish talents who appeared on the world stage in the last years. Bienek played his first match for the men’s national team in 2015 during the preliminary phase of the World League against Russia. It seems that this was...
Volleyball Explained: What happens in Rotation 2?

Volleyball Explained: What happens in Rotation 2?

In the previous article devoted to the events occurring on a volleyball court it was explained what are the specifics of the situation where the setter is located in position 1. Let’s make a step back along the rotations and look into Rotation 2 in order to have...