4 million players and 20,000 courts in Spain
Padel is a blend of squash, tennis and pickleball, that is easy to play, fun and extremely sociable. It is played mainly in a doubles format on an enclosed court about a third of the size of a tennis court.
--- Elliot Selby
Padel isthe fastest growing sport in Europefun with friendsthe best of pickleball tennis and squasheasy to learngreat for all ages!
All The Best Parts
Padel has all the best parts of squash, tennis, and pickleball rolled into one sport. It’s got the social aspect of pickleball, the three-dimensional playing surfaces of squash, and the spectator-friendly view of tennis. Not to mention none of the controversial line calls of tennis and pickleball, or the even more controversial debates over lets and strokes in squash.
While padel may look like a tricky game to play, it’s actually not. The skills required sit somewhere between pickleball and tennis. The paddle is shorter than a tennis racquet, and therefore easier to control. There is no complex overhead tennis serve. There is less ground to cover, as the padel court is about a third the size of a tennis court, and you don’t have to run past the boundaries in a padel court.
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