Padel Tennis was invented in Acapulco, Mexico in 1969. It is currently most popular in Spain, Mexico, Italy and Andorra as well as Hispanic American countries such as Argentina, although it is now beginning to spread rapidly across Europe and other continents. Padel Tennis is now also making strong
inroads in the Middle East in countries like Qatar, UAE, and Bahrain.

Padel Tennis is played in over 30 countries but not limited to: Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Chile, England, France, Germany, India, Italy, Mexico, Paraguay, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland, The United States, Uruguay, Finland, United Arab Emirates, the UK, Ireland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Qatar, Egypt, Bahrain, Finland, Estonia, etc.

To put it simply, Padel Tennis is basically a hybrid of tennis and squash. It is played on a 10m by 20m court enclosed by glass walls and metal fencing and is preferably played in doubles. Padel is less physically demanding than tennis, which makes it easier to learn, but it is also just as difficult to master.

In Padel Tennis the ball rarely goes out of play due to the court being surrounded by glass walls and fences. This creates longer rallies and makes it more difficult to get points by just using brute force. And according to several online sources.

Padel Tennis is considered the fastest growing sport in the world.



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