Yeah it's our match. I really think the match depends only on CPU partner. If you expose him, he will jump and crash the ball into net. That's what I did, kind of used his CPU to win points. This is the case with doubles and that's why i stopped playing it on tour. Because it's too predictable. If your CPU partner does more errors than your opponents' in first ten points, it is almost sure that your team is going to end up losing unless the human players do something totally ridiculous to change the course of match
So, you forced his partner to hit errors by spamming him, and everyone does that these days
In 2010-2011 the partners were much better , you could force them to jump but they would not commit many errors at least...if you make them jump and hit another volley to the created space, that's more acceptable in my opinion. Also, the baseline player of the other team could defend this in many cases if he reacted well. The settings were something like 30-100% Fair Mode scaling and Simulation controls. Maybe 30-90% and Elite controls is messing up the partners completely (90 in volleys will be more problematic than 100 in terms of CPU errors).
Now it's just a garbage spamfest/bugfest
However, Sorana should stop whining though, he's one of the players that profits from buggy doubles by a huge amount. In 2010-2012 the players with this style could win a couple games if lucky in their matches vs me. I also noticed his net game and volleys are quite poor, but he uses all the bugs from the baseline well to win games
So yeah, that's the story of 2014 doubles...