Okay, so the other day I was playing doubles with my friends. I served a hard ball to the ad court, and it was right on the line. Just after the reciever hit the ball, his partner, who was at the net called it out. Of course I stopped play and looked at him. As the recievers ball was floating in the air to the baseline, which it landed on, the person who called it out in the first place said never mind that it was in, and to keep playing. Of course I didn't have time to react to hit the ball back after that hinderance. After that I argued that it should be my teams point, because it is basically cheating. I mean I hit a good serve, the return is a floater and I could have easily put it away. Instead of giving us the point they insisted we should play a let. We did and I ended up double faulting, because I was so angry. I ended up getting broken that game at 30-40. I know if this happens in the pro tour, when a line judge calls it out and the chair umpire over rules it, they play a let, no matter if the shot that was called out would have been smacked for a winner. But what if your opponent does this? Doesn't it make since it should be your point?