I got a bit annoyed in a game of doubles recently when the following happened. I hit a deep return of serve cross court back to the server, who had stayed back. He played a weak cross court groundstroke which looked as though is was struggling to make it over the net. He was playing with the wind at his back so I started moving up the court just in case the abll crept over the net. As the ball approached the opposing netman (who was standing in the middle of the service box directly in front of me) he swung at it as if to make a double hit / concede the point. However, he missed the ball - either deliberately or because the wind caught it - and it subsequently dropped OVER the net. This won them the point because on seeing the opposing netman swinging at the ball in my direction I had stopped my move up the court because I did not want to get hit by the ball when he hit it. I was a bit angry about what had happened as I consider it to be a deliberate unfair distraction which had hindered me. Opponents did not agree and as it was not important I let it go. What do others think ?