I don't hate playing with weaker players, I also play level doubles so the get a chance rather than the rear-front formation where I take all the shots. I hate paired with a more stronger player, because he will just tell me to stand at the front, at the T to netkill any lose shot, while he takes the others. What i hate most that this kind of treatment (weaker at front, stronger at back) has stopped me (and many other) from learning to become better. actually shouting can be funny, here are some... Tiger cock Grandpa with too much wishes You're not playing with... I'll be serious this time He's still not hot enough Grandpa is forced to do some morning run Bucuo haaah!!! Ting... etc. what I hate is. 1. an old player who wants and tries to takes most of the shots and then says to me "I'm tired, you do something". How can I do something! my racket will clash with you 2. I also hate when I smash from rearcourt and my partner is at the side, not at the front. 3. I hate when I fumble the easy shots, smashes going out or net shots where the shuttle just sticks to my racket. 4. I don't hate playing with weak players, but playing them all the time is unsatisfying. 5. Having to argue with another group about the court usage 6. The Basketball, baseball or volleyball team that uses the court although there are courts outside. 7. basketball rings that obstruct the courts that can be used.