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Padel Tennis is a unique sport that blends elements of tennis and squash. It is played on a court that is approximately 20 meters long and 10 meters wide, enclosed by glass walls and metal mesh fencing. The court is divided into two halves by a net, similar to tennis. The objective of Padel Tennis is to hit the ball over the net, aiming to make it bounce in the opponent's half without them being able to return it. The scoring system is the same as in tennis, with players or teams trying to win points to ultimately win games, sets, and matches.
Padel tennis or “padel” as it is more often called, is a great new addition to racquet sports. It is easier to learn than tennis and you don't need to be as fit as you the court is smaller. You don't need to choose one sport over the other but can obviously play and excel at both.Watch Video
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Welcome to the Padel Tennis Competition! We are thrilled to present an exciting event that combines athleticism, skill, and teamwork. The competition features two categories: Fun and Pro. In both categories, mixed couples have the opportunity to earn an additional point in the round robin matches. Let's dive into the basic rules of Padel Tennis!
Find here the most common asked questions.
Yes. We can assign ramdomly players who sign in without a partner.
Yes. A team with a man and a woman will start with one point.
No. Women team will start with 1 point of advantage over other teams.
We don't know until all teams are signed up. Ideally after the round robin there will be at least Quarter final, Semifinal and Final for each category (this means 8 teams per category).
The scoring system solely focuses on games, disregarding sets. Every match outcome carries a different point value: 2 points for a win, 1 point for a tie, and 0 points for a loss.
As the competition progresses, the final games, including the semifinals and the grand finale, will be played in the best-of-three sets format.
The tournament will take place. These are the first indoor courts in Bern !