After a foul, if the cue ball is snookered, the referee shall state "Free Ball". If the non- offending player takes the next stroke he may nominate any ball as on, and for this stroke, such ball shall be regarded as, and acquire the valu... read more ... Usefulness: N/A(0 ratings) by wickedwillie () Rate It! this definition is ... useful somewhat useful incorrect spam / offensive
A ball that will be returned by a pass rather than a spike. The receiving team should move into serve receive positions.
Any ball that the opponent returns easily, allowing the blockers enough time to get back into their attack-approach positions before the ball crosses the net.
If a foul shot leaves the opponent snooke ed, the opponent can elect to play another ball inplace of the obscured ball. This is known as a free ball.
A ball, which is in play but is not in the possession of either team, also called a loose ball.
A ball that will be returned by a pass rather than a spike. This is usually called aloud by the defense instructing players to move into serve receive positions.
If a foul shot leaves the opponent at least partially snookered (meaning that every ball on is at least partially obscured by a ball not on, i.e. for every ball on ball not on prevents it from being hit in a straight line on any edge), the opponent can elect to play another ball in place of the obscured ball. This is known as a free ball.
A free ball is a situation in the game of snooker.