The purpose of this study was to reexamine the relationship between visual ability and serve-receiving performance in volleyball. Male college volleyball players (n = 21) were measured in eight kinds of visual ability: static visual acuity, kinetic visual acuity, dynamic visual acuity, contrast sensitivity, ocular motor skills, depth perception, visual reaction time, and eye/hand coordination. The serve-receiving performance of each player was evaluated by mutual evaluation and motor performance tests. The statistical analysis of data revealed no relationship between the visual ability and the serve-receiving performance. These findings supported the result of Furuta et al. (2004). These results imply that the serve-receiving performance can't be effectively improved by visual training that focuses on the visual ability.