Hi BC-Members, if have a hard problem and had this evening a conflict with an older girl. We played doubles together and IMO she did some things wrong. We got loud and then she finished with the sentence "I'm older and play longer than you". I was so mad that I could beat her. This stupid...calm down Following situation. We stand in defensive position [Side by Side], then the opponent did a clear on my side. I moved back, she stood in the same position (middle of her court and side) and don't moved to the net. I played mostly different kinds of drops and smashs, because I was in balance, was early enough at the back and could reach the shuttle at high point and clears should be used rarely. She told me everytime, when I hit a longline smash or drop, that I should move to the net, which sounds to me nonsense, because I can reach every return which is high and she can reach every shuttle at the net if the move to the T. It sounds crazy to me because, why the heck should I move to the net? The opponents can only play various net drops or lift the shuttle, if my smash has a good angle and my dropshot is sharp. She said, she couldn't know which shot I do and can't reach the shuttle at the net, if a netdrop be the return and her way is longer than mine. I told her that I'm keen to get in the attacking position and stay as long as possible in this position as possible to win the rally. This is the reason why I only play smashs and drops. Her answer was, this is to predictable. Than her friends came and told me that I'm wrong, because a drop shot is not an offense shot and I play short with a dropshot and should move to the net. I'm very angry, didn't ever had such beef with any partner. What is your opinion of this situation? What would you do (moving on court and to stay cool)? I think I'm right, because I have seen many professionals doing this and watched this video which explains my sight of view and situation and what I do: [video=youtube;cMoe8yg1zX8]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cMoe8yg1zX8[/video] If I do a smash or drop at a rear corner longline and would move to the net, she must run half around me, if the oponents do a lift to the same corner.