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All You Need To Know About Hong Kong’s First Padel Club, PADEL+ In Sai Kung

Ready, Set, Padel!

The worldwide sensation that is Padel has finally arrived in Hong Kong! PADEL+ has launched Hong Kong’s first Padel club in Sai Kung, bringing this extremely popular racquet sport to our shores!

As Hong Kong’s premier Padel club, PADEL+ offers a range of world-class facilities and professional Padel courts. Read on for all you need to know about this popular sport!

Opening hours: daily from 8:00am-9:30pm

To book your court, contact cs@padeplus.com.hk or call +852 9666 2747

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    What Is Padel?

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    Padel is a racket sport usually played in doubles on a smaller, enclosed court surrounded by glass walls. The game's unique setup adds an exhilarating twist to the gameplay, creating a fast-paced, high-intensity experience that's easy to learn but challenging to master.

    It doesn’t matter what your fitness, age, or gender is. You can learn and play padel. Because of how it’s played, the game also helps in team building and networking, making you some new friends.

    Padel may seem similar to tennis, but it’s different. For instance, consider the racket. Padel players use solid, stringless padel rackets to hit a slightly smaller, less-pressurized ball than a tennis ball.

    Also, the court is relatively small, and walls allow for a dynamic and strategic game. How? Shots can be angled, lobs can be executed, and volleys become a key element of the strategy. A padel court’s size is 20 meters long and 10 meters wide, with a height of 4 meters.

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    Where Did Padel Start?

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    Enrique Corcuera, a Mexican businessman and passionate tennis player, invented padel in the late 1960s in Mexico. His idea was to modify tennis to make it more accessible and enjoyable to his family and friends when he visited his vacation home. This is why padel and tennis have similarities.

    The game quickly gained popularity in Mexico and soon spread to other Spanish-speaking countries, particularly Spain. Currently, Spain and Argentina have the most padel courts in the world. Today, padel is one of the fastest-growing sports globally, with millions of players and dedicated courts opening up across Europe, the Americas, and Asia.

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    Facilities Available At Padel+

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    Padel+ has a state-of-the-art facility that serves Padel players of all levels. The club has professional padel courts, shops, expert coaches, changing rooms, and shops.

    Courts

    Their padel courts are designed according to the climate conditions of Hong Kong and to deliver the optimal playing experience. From size to amenities, the courts are such that you’d want to play more and more.

    Changing Rooms

    Padel+ has spacious changing rooms, classy decor, and all the amenities you need. Secure your belongings in lockers and freshen up in showers or toilets before and after the game. Proper sanitation and hygiene are maintained in changing rooms.

    Cafe

    Sit, relax, and socialize before you begin and end your padel game. The cafe at Padel+ has delicious treats that can boost your energy before you hit the court, or make friends with other players and click some Instagram-worthy pics.

    Shop

    For beginners, the shop in Padel+ offers a variety of options to purchase the right gear and start right off the hook. Experts can shop to upgrade or change their gear based on their preferences. Everything from rackets and balls to bottles and caps are available to help you become the winning team!

  • Coaching & Classes AT Padel+

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    Padel+ also has expert coaches who can teach you to play this sport. Whether you’re just looking for a hobby, a new way to stay active, or to become a pro player, the coaches here are equipped with experience and expertise to train. You can get private as well as group lessons. Private lessons (one-on-one) start at HK$900 per pax, while group lessons start at HK$350 per pax. Kids classes are also available for children aged 6-16 who have little or no padel experience. The professional coaches will teach the kids basic skills and rules of Padel.

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    Membership Options At Padel+

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    The average price of a Padel+ club membership is HK$85.

    Padel+ Hong Kong offers two kinds of memberships. You’ve got to purchase either of them to get admission and play in the club. Padel+ Youngster starts at HK$50, and Padel+ Explorer starts at HK$120. With both memberships, you can book up to seven days in advance. You also get access to clinics, tournaments, and events at the club.

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