6.4 Penetration into the opponent's court

While the ball is in play, a player may not enter the opposing team's court. The decisive factor is whether (at least) one full foot enters the opponent's court. As long as a part of the foot that touches the opponent's court is still on or above the centre line.


A player lying in the opponent's court with his upper body does not commit a fault, as long as he does not interfere with the opponent's play.

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