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Padel Court

Rental Time:  1.5 Hours
Price:  $140+HST ($35+HST per person based on 4 players) 


Spring Promo:

We will be offering FREE racquet rentals to ensure the game is accessible to everyone who wants to try it. Balls will also be provided as part of the rental fee. 


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Note: We are currently under construction but we are taking bookings now for court rentals starting mid-June!


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What is Padel?

Not sure what Padel is? You're not alone!


Pronunciation: PA-del (as if it was spelled "paddle") is the most common pronunciation in North America currently.  Some people call it by its origin name in Mexico and Europe which is Pa-DEL (as if it was spelled "padelle").  Either pronunciation is perfectly acceptable. 


Padel is a racket sport that originated in Mexico in 1969. It is very popular in Spain and Latin America, and most recently has seen massive growth in Sweden, Dubai and the UK among other European countries. Over the past two years, it is quickly gaining popularity in the United States and is slowly making its way to Canada. This sport should not be confused with "Paddle Tennis", that is a different game, which was rebranded in 2015 as "Pop Tennis". 


Padel is most commonly played in doubles, however there is a singles game you can play.  The court is often described as a smaller tennis court surrounded by glass and fencing. Players begin by bouncing the ball and hitting an underhand serve to the opposite side of court. The ball must then bounce in the opponent's service box to start the game and you get two serve attempts -- the same as tennis.  From that point, players 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, otherwise the ball is "out".


We love Padel because it is:

  • Easy to learn but difficult to master
  • Suitable for all ages
  • At the recreational level, it is a social game that is a lot of fun and not too physically demanding
  • At the competitive level, it is a physically demanding and highly strategic game


Racquet & BallsPadel raquet and ball

Padel racquets do not have strings and they are either made of carbon fibre or fibreglass and have holes in the racquet. Padel balls are similar to tennis balls but are slightly less pressurised.



The court is 66'x33' with a net spanning the whole court, which is surrounded by glass walls and fencing. 




Padel is scored just like tennis. Best 3 out of 5 sets wins the match with each set going to 6 games (must win by 2 games). Tie breaks are handled the same as tennis and, at 6-6, you play to 7 points (must win by 2 points). 



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