Padel, the sport of the future!
Padel, sometimes called by mistake Paddle, Padel tennis or paddle tennis, is a combination of tennis and squash. You play it 2 against 2 on a runway with 4 glass walls. The use of the walls around the track gives the game an extra dimension. As with tennis, the ball can hit 1x surface before it has to go to the other side. Like squash, this can be the ground or the wall. The walls make an unattainable ball still feasible, but also that feeling and tactics are even more important than in tennis.
The smaller orbit and the use of the walls makes Padel an explosive sport in which speed and endurance are less crucial. It is easy to pick up and the game rules and scoring are the same as for tennis. Although you use another racket (padel). A padel racket is smaller than a tennis racket and has no strings, but is made of fiberglass or carbon. In Europe the sport is still relatively young but now there are 135,000 jobs in Spain and the sport also grows in other countries like France, Italy, England, Belgium and the Netherlands.
Opening hours Victoria
During the week the clubhouse is open from 08:00 to 24.00. The bar is open from 10:00 to 24:00.
On Saturdays the clubhouse and bar are open from 08:00 to 18:00. On Sundays from 09:00 to 18:00.
Please note: Opening hours can be different from normal during events or holidays.
Good news for Erasmus students! The partnership with Erasmus Sport is again extended until April 2020. Holders of an Erasmus sport card are able to play padel for free the coming monhts. Activate your Erasmus Padel membership in two steps: 1. Sign up HERE to create...read more
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