Paddle court: all the necessary equipment

A sport that in recent years has depopulated anywhere in Europe, il Paddle. A new version of the tennis very popular among young people and beyond. But let’s see what this sport and the equipment that a paddle court needs.

A paddle court is slightly smaller than the tennis court, generally less than half, but always split in two by a net, which serves as a division between the two opposing teams.
The characteristic that differentiates paddle tennis from "classic" tennis is the delimitation of the field with high side walls that allow, as per regulation, the rebound on them of the ball to facilitate the referral to opponents.

In addition to a well-equipped paddle court, with regular facilities and nets, for paddle tennis you will need padle, smaller, flat and not strung like tennis rackets, and a ball that can be much softer than the classic ones. Equipment such as padel bats and balls, can be rented directly in the field or players can use their own.

Art. T801

Paddle facility

Art. T800

Paddle net

Art. T785/A

Tensioning winch square section

Art. T802

Paddle protection

Paddle court cost: choose the right system

It is not possible to estimate a unique cost for a paddle field. Like many sports equipment, the cost varies depending on the equipment, materials used and the level of wear and use to which a plant is subjected.
Important, to make a correct purchase decision, is to choose the positioning of the paddle court. For indoor padel courts you can opt for cheaper structures as you do not need special anti-corrosion materials. In contrast, equipment for outdoor padle fields require more weather cover and more maintenance.

Artisport, offers in the catalog the indispensable equipment for the complete set-up of your paddle court. Our company takes care of the whole process, from the design to the supply and installation of the systems thanks to a staff waiting and qualified.

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