Every team has one.
The staunch one. The guy who says bowlers should always bowl at batsmen in nets. It more realistic and anyway, nets are more for batsman than for bowlers.
This is frustrating. You know how it goes. The batter who is timid in the middle feels like KP in the safety of the net. There are wild swings, switch hits and all manner of unreal shots. You know they would never be played in a match.
Your practice is wasted.
Worse; there is nothing you can do about it while the staunch one looms over you telling you to pitch it up and give the batsman a chance to work on driving.
And besides, you want to give your team some batting practice too. It's not like you are totally selfish.
Do you fight hard against the staunch one to get time to bowl at a target, or do you give up an resign yourself to being a bowling machine?
In fact, you can keep everyone happy quite easily with a simple trick.