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Padel Club

New York City

What is Padel?

Padel is a racket sport that originated in Mexico in 1969 and has since grown to over 60 countries, making it the fastest growing sport in the world. It is played in doubles on what is commonly described as a smaller tennis court surrounded by glass. Players have two underhand serves to start the game and from that point can use the walls to keep the ball in play and return the ball to their opponent's half. The ball must bounce on the floor before hitting the opponent's wall, but in the case of the ball having hit your side of the court before your wall, you can then hit the ball directly back onto the wall in order to send it over to your opponent's side. 


Padel rackets are solid, don't have strings and are either made of carbon fibre or fibreglass. 


The court is 33x66 ft surrounded by glass walls, and a net diving it through the middle.


Padel balls are similar to tennis balls, but are slightly less pressurised.


Padel is scored just like tennis. Best of 3-5 sets, each set being 6 games. 

Padel Club

New York City


Padel Club NYC is the first of a collective of padel clubs opening in the United States over the next few years. 

Our clubs are 5-star sports destinations offering as much value off the court as on it. At our flagship locations, we will have top-of-the-line courts, 18-40 foot ceilings, and some of the world's best padel coaches, providing our guests with an unmatched playing experience.

By pairing the fastest-growing sport in the world with luxury amenities, we will create an environment that fosters interactions that encourage a lifestyle that is athletically engaging, mentally stimulating, & highly social.
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