I'm wondering what others would do if they felt a team member was hooking in team practice. I played against someone recently, someone I don't know very well. She was receiving on the ad side as I served. She was shading pretty far over to her BH side, so I decided to slice up the middle. I have been working on using my legs more, and since this was team practice I decided to really go after this serve. As luck would have it, I nailed it: A slice ace that landed on the inside of the center line and shot away from her. "OUT!" she cried. I looked over at her partner, who met my gaze with an appalled look. Had it been an actual match, I would have asked if they were sure of their call while looking at the partner. Since it was team practice, I thought it best to let it go. Afterward in the match, there were two other calls (baseline and sideline) that seemed well in that this lady called out. There was one call where her partner signaled in when she signaled out (a baseline call when she was at net). Part of me thinks I should say something to her about it next time we play. The other part of me doesn't wish to get punched in the face. Since it was practice, the thing to do was just let it go. Right?