I have played at a few tennis socials with rotating doubles play recently and met the league coordinator of my 6.0 winter mix league who happened to be there at the events. I haven't played any league matches yet though. Anyways I was playing with people ranging from 3.0-4.0 (mostly 3.5 though) and had been playing very well considering my limited experience with doubles. Anyways my serve has been a dominating force, even better than the upper end players who I have played with at these socials. The league coordinator comes up to me and tells me that I'm no 3.0 and should be playing in the 7.0 mix, but that there's nothing she can do about it (laughingly). Anyways, because this is a mixed league, there is no computer disqualification, but I'm wondering if my opponents might complain if they feel I'm above the level. I'm not sure what part of my game was noticeably too good to the coordinator; I had several aces and some weak returns from my opponents. My forehand has alot of power and top spin which presents problems to those not used to it. My biggest weakness now is my backhand volley, which often floats out if I am volleying against a ball with alot of pace. Overally I actually think that I appear more successful at doubles than singles because points don't last as long so I commit far less unforced errors (also many of the UEs are committed by my partner). So it appears that I am better because of my powerful strokes and large amount of spin. What would happen if an opponent complained about my playing if we beat them bad and there is no computer disqualification?