Hey, So far I was more a backcourt player even if my smash is not powerful I've found out I have more fun at the net and I wanted to know if I was correct about a few things. When my Partner does a dropshot and the opponent replies with a net shot, I usually move forward (between the net and the service line) and I usually go for a tight net shot (kinda like a tumbling net shot but with no tumbling lol). But I realize this is not a good option and I almost never see this on international games. Mainly because my opponent is already in front of me and has enough time to do another net shot too instead of lifting. But most of the time, the opponent does a crosscourt net shot which leads me to running and being a bit late and doing another net shot. Even if I get it I feel like we lost the advantage… So I think I'm doing this all wrong. Maybe I shouldn't go that far across the service line. Maybe I should stay exactly at the service line when my Partner does a dropshot or maybe just one of my foot just past the service line but no further. And I should aim for a jump forward with a net kill instead of trying a tumbling net shot if the opponent replies with a tight net shot. So racket head facing the net and not the ceiling. I mean, a good tumbling net shot can be great but it's not that easy to execute during doubles or it's just my technique but I've realized I Always put myself in difficulty if I try a tumbling net shot or net shot when the opponent is right in front of me. Also I can't do a net kill if I'm too close from the net. Is it correct ? This might sound obvious but I'm in a small club and we Don't have a coach. Thanks.