Hey everyone, I was wondering if this doubles strategy is legit, and if it would be effective. As you know, there are 3 main up and back formations in a doubles: Regular Left & Right, I-Formation, and Australian Formation. Each of these formations has its benefits. As a returner, once you see a formation, you know what you must do. If it be the Australian Formation, they your most likely going to have to hit a down the line shot. Now say I am serving, and you are my partner. Can you move around the court before and during my serve? I am assuming yes, but if you can't, then correct me. Anyways, if you could switch formations in such a short amount of times, you may be able to confuse your opponents. For example, we line up in the regular left right formation. Right as I begin my toss you move over to form the Australian formation. Your opponent suddenly realizes that they must hit a down the line shot instead of the easy cross court shot. Unlike a normal Australian Formation, the returner only has a matter of seconds to realize what shot they must hit. Different combinations could be used, some more effective than others. I understand that the server would have to serve in the middle for each serve, which cuts off his/her angle, but I think the pros out-way the cons. Discuss.