Padel is one of the fastest growing sport in the world. It was invented in 1969 in Mexico by Enrique Corcuer. Padel is the most popular in Latin American countries. In Europe - the most popular in Spain.
This sport is a combination of tennis and squash. It can be played both inside and outside. Padel is easy to learn because there are fewer rules (compared to tennis), which is one of the reason why it attracts such interest. Many people think that Padel is more pleasant than tennis and gives satisfaction from the first hour spent on the court. The track is fenced and it has glass walls. You play with a table tennis-like racket, but slightly larger and thicker, with perforated holes. The balls are the same size as tennis balls but low-pressure, which gives a slower pace in the game. The point system is the same as in tennis.
We offer different models of Padel courts for both indoor and outdoor use, as well as stationary and mobile solutions. With an area of approximately 200m2, the Padel court takes up minimal space compared to a tennis court (three Padel courts with 12 players can be equipped with the same space occupied by one tennis court). Many years of experience and continuous development of quality, styling and design give us ability to offer the best Padel courts adapted to our climate.
The size of the field is 20 x 10 meters measured from the inside dimensions of the court. For the total installation area, 21 x 11 metres are required. That's at least 0.5 metres more on the short and long sides. Our Padel Courts have excellent corrosion protection in joints and steel truss profiles. 3.5 mm thick steel profiles are made of very high quality steel, compared to many other courts that only have steel profiles with a thickness of 1.5-2 mm. Our glass is made of the highest quality and is tested for safety in accordance with current standards and certificates. The entire structure is also checked by the national standardization bodies, and all fittings on the pitch are made of stainless steel in A4 quality. Courts are painted by experienced painters to ensure maximum durability and quality. The track is fenced and has glass walls. You play with a table tennis-like racket, but slightly larger and thicker, with perforated holes. The balls are the same size as tennis balls but low-pressure, which gives a slower pace in the game. The point system is the same as in tennis.
We offer accessories for our Padel courts such as locking systems, lighting systems, wheelchair accessible doors and roof solutions for outdoor play in all weather and wind conditions. The roof can be used all year round.
Are you thinking about building a court for Padel? With extensive experience and unique expertise in both the development and installation of Padel courts, we can help you find the best solution based on your needs and circumstances. We carry out the installation of both outdoor and indoor courts. We will help you with the whole concept - from planning, through earthworks, to the ready to use Padel court. Don't hesitate to contact us for advice, cost calculations or any other questions regarding your planned Padel-related investments.