I'm the captain of my club's 3.5 USTA men's team, and, although my guys give it their best when they play, we are sitting at the bottom of the standings. I knew going into this season that my team would perform at about this level, and I've been focused on making sure everyone gets match experience and has a good time, rather than worrying about our lack of wins. (We don't have a season-end championship anyway; that happens in the spring.) However, one guy on the team really hates losing, whether it's an individual loss or a team loss, and he's decided to start questioning my lineup decisions. I'm being polite and listening to his views, but I'm not changing my lineups. Our record isn't going to get much better by switching around lineups; we just don't have a strong enough group of core players, which he doesn't seem to understand. And a couple more team wins isn't worth having some players get shafted with less match play. If this guy gets too upset, I'll let him know that he can always find another team that suits him better. Is this a common issue in league play for less-than-strong teams?