I think you should be sure what you want. If you take Badminton serious, you will meet alot of weird, strange, arrogant, toxic, disrespectful, unfriendly people, partner, coaches… I don’t play to make friends. I have friends. I want to improve. If it is a boring exercise, I will do, if it is a drill which I hate, I will do. If I need to travel, I will do. If I need to learn from people I don’t like I will do. If I play a better doubles with a person I don’t like much, than with a person which I like much, I will always choose the first. I also have limits. If the person disturbs and disrespect me more than I will get advantages and lessons to learn, I would react like you.
I recommend two things:
Write down a list about the person, which disturbs you and what will be the benefits to play and train together/are there better or worse options. Be careful and honest to yourself. Give everything points from 1-10. E.g. I hate him, I wish him death to I can take it or I will profit from that very well to there are close to none benefits. At the End you will have a score on both columns. Be sure what you look for. Friends or improvements.
Second thing pick the topic which disturbs you the most. Since you play doubles, communication is something you should learn. Ask him (alone) why he do this or that and why he insist to play with, because you have the impression you don’t like each other. You will learn a lesson for your life that not everything is like it seems.