Padel is an exciting new racquet sport that combines elements of tennis and squash. It is played in doubles and is commonly practiced outdoors on a smaller tennis court surrounded by windows at the back and steel fences on the sides. This revolutionises the game, making a faster game with less physical exertion and a greater environment to socialise and exercise. For more information check out Padel Sydney.
How do I play Padel?
Padel has exactly the same scoring as tennis but in other ways, Padel does things slightly differently. An underarm serve and the ability to hit the ball off the glass and fence ads an extra element not found in regular tennis. The rules are easy to learn and master but if you are having problems, our friendly staff will be there to help you get started.
What equipment do I need?
A padel racquet is solid foam, removing the pesky strings. It is smaller and more compact than a tennis racquet, making it easier to handle for everyone. Padel balls are also slightly smaller and less pressured to adapt to the game with a fence. All this will be provided for free rental by Padel Sydney North. Regular tennis shoes and regular sports clothing are the most appropriate clothing items to wear.
What events does Padel Sydney North offer?
At its North Ryde location, Padel Sydney North will run socials, matches, tournaments, coaching, schools, juniors, parties and corporate events. There is truly something for everyone no matter what your skill level or experience.
How much does it cost?
Founder Member (sign up before June 16th) $995 paid up front
Membership (play anytime) $99 per month
Membership (weekdays 6am-4pm) $70 per month
Junior membership $60 per month
Pay and play (1.5 hours) $30 per person
Lesson (one hour) $70
Group lesson (3+ people) $25 per person
When does it begin and how do I sign up?
Padel courts will open on July 16th but inquiries are open to book memberships and lessons. For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org or head to Padel Sydney.