Present study examined the relationship between Service and Repeated Volley Skills among Volleyball Players. Total twenty five (N-25) female volleyball players their age ranged from 17 to 19 years were selected as subject from Navodaya Vidyalaya School, Sector25, Chandigarh. Service and Repeated Volley abilities were measured by administrating RussellLange Volleyball Skill Test. The data was analyzed statistically by computing Pearson Product Moment Correlation method to find out the relationship between service and repeated volley skills among female volleyball players. Results revealed the significant relationship between service with repeated volleys as the coefficient of correlation value of .593 was statistically significant at 0.01 level.


Service, Repeated volley, Volleyball players,


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