After years of development started in 2008, Padbol was officially launched in late 2010 in Argentina. Fusion of popular sports such as soccer, tennis, squash and volley ball; this sport has rapidly gained support in different regions of the world in a vertiginous growth.
Padbol is a unique and fun sport. Its rules are simple, it is extremely dynamic, and can be played by men and women of a any age group.
The ball bounces on the ground and lateral walls in many directions, which gives the game continuity and speed. The players may use most of their bodies for execution: feet, head, chest, and the legs.
Padbol is currently present in 27 countries and growing in a rapid speed and aiming to be part of the Olympic Games.
In addition to the “normal” public playing Padbol, every day more footballers, individually or the clubs – adopt the Padbol practice within their routine exercises creating a high demand for courts.
Most outstanding competitions held until today:
- Padbol World Cup “Argentina 2013”
- Padbol World Cup “Spain 2014”
- Intercontinental Cup of Padbol Clubs “Canary Islands 2015”
- Padbol World Cup “Uruguay 2016”
Euro Cup “Romania 2017”
Copa America of Padbol “Brazil 2017”
Padbol World Cup “Romania 2019”
EmiratesPadPro is aiming to host the 2024 Padbol World Cup Tournament in the UAE
The server must stand behind the service line with both feet. The ball must bounce once and then then ball is served into the reception area of the opposite side with a half volley.
The service may also be done by bouncing the ball on the side wall.
BALL IN PLAY:
Once the service is delivered, the ball is in play and will remain in play until the end of the point.
The players then have a minimum of two and a maximum of three touches to return the ball to the opponent's side.
In this zone, players are allowed to return the ball on the first touch without playing with their partner.
If a player is in direct contact, fully or partially, with the red one, direct return of the ball is allowed with or without a bounce.
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