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The purpose of this paper is to study the accuracy of serving direct from the top and its relationship with the sensorimotor perception of young people for the Volleyball Al-Sinaa sport club team .The nature of motor performance (technical performance) in volleyball imposes on the player to perform a set of sequential and connected movements to each other and we call them technical skills of volleyball, the first of which is the skill of serving and the performance of each of these skills does not exceed a fraction of a second. A significant impact on the performance of these skills, whether positive or negative. The two researchers used the descriptive approach in the (survey) style. The research community was selected from buddingplayers for Al-Sinaa Volleyball Club for the year 2021 in a deliberate way, and their total number is (20) players. As for how to choose the sample of (10) and after excluding (2) players from them because they are libero players (the free player) the number the sample (10) players from the total, and the sample of the pilot experiment was (8) players from outside the main sample, the percentage of the sample (3.33) .Among the most important results reached by the researchers, where it was found that there are significant differences in favor of the two tests, the accuracy of the transmission facing from the top, and the sensory-motor perception.In addition to that, the sense of sight actually plays a role when performing the skill, as it helps to perform and master the skill better.The test sample group also achieved a simple development in the amount of training and the detection of the strengths and weaknesses of the players and the knowledge of their high ability when performing the skill.