What's your understanding of the rule for communicating with your partner during a point. The other day during a doubles match an opponent hit a shot that my netman was going for. I yelled "no" so that my partner would let it go as I thought the ball would be heading out. At this point the opposing team said that I had called it after my partner contacted it and therefore was a distraction. This was a split second call maybe he was right about the timing maybe not, my intention was to call my net man off so if it was after it must have been the slow speed of sound or hearing involved. He said that the only time you can communicate with your partner is after the opponent has contacted and before you or your opponent contacts said shot. What da ya think?