Padel is a mix between Tennis and Squash. It's usually played in doubles on an enclosed court surrounded by walls of glass and metallic mash. The court is one third of the size of a tennis court. The ball can bounce of any wall but can only hit the turf once before being returned.
Padel is easier to play and learn than tennis because less physical strength and technical capacities are demanded and there is a fantastic combination between your brain, challenged to its limits and your body that has to move a lot, but not necessarily as accurately as in tennis.
Padel has mostly become popular because of its simplicity. It is effortless to learn for players of all ages and skills. And if you have ever played or even tried other racquet sports such as tennis or squash or badminton before, it will take you just some moments to get a touch of the game.
Due to the amount of wear and movement required during a game of Padel it is essential to have a planned maintainance program. Brushing should be done on a weekly basis, whilst deep cleaning of the mat, checking of the stantions and glass should all be part of a program based on the amount of wear. Maintainance and repairs of the mat should be done as soon as they occur to prevent major damage
For more information regarding installation or maintainance of your Padel Courts please get in touch
Basic Bemanning ( Click on the link to access their website )
Leena and Svante at Basic Bemmanning offer us a range of suitably experienced personell for all of our extra needs . They cover Södermanland, Stockholm and Upsalla but have availability all over the country sometimes at short notice for long and short term contracts.
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