In recent months I have started to play more proactively at the frontcourt. That means I often have to move for shots I anticipate. One of these anticipations is after a low serve. The situation is this: I do a low serve, the opponent attacks my low serve (push/drive to the side/middle). Many of times I know where the return is going to come and can intercept it. So I move and try to intercept it. But many partners I play with say they can't see the shuttle when opponent is bringing racket to it/contacting it. Before I serve I am near T, on serving side of court, racket leg back, non-racket leg forward. After I serve, I situate my feet horizontally and step to middle of court, ready to intercept any shuttle. Partners say I shouldn't do that. Or I should serve and duck down a little. But when I do that I feel like I'm losing my quick reactions and can't intercept shuttles even though I know where they're going to go. What's the solution? Because I don't think I can play to full ability if I'm worrying half the time about whether my partner can see the shuttle or not. NOTE: Shorter and slightly taller partners both have complained about this. How do I fix this, without losing my anticipation/reactions at net?