Padel Tennis Court

Padel Tennis Court

Padel Tennis Court is a fast-paced, social racket sport that requires good footwork and strategic shot placement to make it a success. With a closed court, a variety of shots and a social atmosphere, it is easy to see why it has gained popularity and seen its player base grow over the years.

The game’s structure is very similar to that of tennis, with a 10 x 20 meter square court surrounded by walls and a net. The difference is that the serve is underhand and the ball can bounce off the back or side walls, resulting in long rallies, volleys, and spectacular shots. The result is that boring baseline duels are seldom seen.

Padel Tennis Court Maintenance for All Seasons

While Padel draws influence from other racket sports such as Squash, it has adapted its rules to create a unique game that is a great alternative to tennis for players of all levels. Whether you are looking for a fun way to exercise or want to take your tennis game to the next level, there is no better sport than Padel to achieve your goals.

After the glass and metal poles are installed, the padel field is topped with Reform’s artificial turf carpet. A layer of silica sand (washed round stream sand) is then laid on top of the carpet and brushed, preparing the surface for play.

The surface can be tarmac, concrete or synthetic grass with partial or full sand infill for indoor and outdoor courts. Permitted colors are green, blue or terracotta. For outdoor padel fields, the sand infill is important because it helps with ball bounce characteristics, making the games easier on the players’ joints, muscles and tendons.

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