My partner and I are playing in the women's doubles tournament real soon but we have decided to adopt the mixed doubles formation instead - I'm looking after the forecourt cuz I suck in the rear court. My partner has greater muscular strength, speed and power so naturally, she covers the mid & rear court. I'm also the weakest of the both pairs, therefore it makes sense for us to play this formation. I iust wanted to verify this with you guys from the mixed-doubles tutorial I just read. Whenever my right-handed partner is serving on her forehand, I must stand just in front of and to the left of the T. Right? It doesn't matter which court she is serving to, I will always be in that position. Is this correct? The purpose of this formation is to allow me to attack a hairpin return anywhere along the net. But since I'm tall, I have to crouch down a lot so as not to obstruct the view of the bird to my partner or my opposition, any tips on how I can straighten my body in time and lunge to intercept the bird effectively at the net?