The following examples are intended to illustrate attack hit faults. Typical game scenes are used as examples.
A back-row player attacks a ball completely higher than the top of the net from the backfield but touches the attack line when taking off.
The error only occurs when the ball has crossed the net completely or is touched by a blocker.
A libero plays the ball, which is completely higher than the top of the net, while jumping with outstretched arms.
(Neither jumping nor outstretched arms are decisive here, only whether the ball is completely higher than the top of the net)
A ball is played by a libero in the front zone with an overhead finger pass. An attacker completes an attack higher than the top of the net.
Balls that are played by a libero using and overhead finger pass from the front zone may not be played to the opponent by any player higher than the top of the net, neither from the front zone nor from the back zone.
A player jumps on a short service and plays the ball, which is still completely higher than the top of the net and above the front zone, directly back to the opponent. The ball is not close to the net.