When you're playing doubles, do you always feel like you need to change your strategy if you are losing? I think there is a difference between losing because your opponents are exploiting something or that a game plan isn't working, or losing because you and/or your partner are just hitting too many errors. I often find that my game plan works and I'm in position to win the point, but I just have one of those days where I miss routine shots over and over. I think I suffer from yips with certain strokes such as my backhand volleys, high forehand volleys, and serve toss, where some days these things just don't feel right and I lack my normal level of coordination. Anyways if you have a major off day on strokes, is that cause for changing your strategy even though everything is working except your execution? I feel like partners always need to suggest a strategy change when the only thing I want to change is the number of UEs that we are hitting. For example, if I'm poaching at the net and making contact but just mishitting alot, is that a reason to start staying at the baseline?