10 Reasons To Play Padel Autumn 2021

August 24, 2021

Summer is slowly coming to an end and it won’t be long until it’s autumn 2021. The leaves will be changing colour and you will start to feel the autumnal air creeping back. It might be worth digging out your winter jacket and scarf!

You might have discovered Padel over the summer and enjoyed participating in the fastest growing sport in the UK. At padelpadelpadel.com, we know that there are approximately 6,000 active padel players in the UK, with this set to at least triple by 2023.The LTA (Lawn Tennis Association) estimates that there will be 400+ new courts opening by 2023. With all this excitement around the sport, you might have picked up a padel racket for yourself. If you are at a good playing level and want to keep developing your skills, why not continue playing padel in autumn 2021 – Don’t let the weather stop you from playing padel.

People may view padel as a summer sport as it’s usually played in hot climates such as Spain, but in the UK it’s still possible to play when the weather gets colder. Take a look below to see the 10 reasons to play padel autumn 2021. 

Play Padel In An Indoor Padel Court Autumn 2021

With the advancement of padel court technology, many padel clubs across the UK now offer indoor padel courts. When the colder weather comes, it’s best to play padel in a court that is protected from the elements, because it will prevent injuries and enable you to continue to play padel in autumn and through to the winter of 2021.

Find A Padel Court With Floodlights

As we notice the evenings getting shorter, you might be worried that you might not be able to get a game of padel after work, especially if you finish work at 5 o’clock. However, many modern padel courts have purpose-built floodlights that will allow you to play padel all year round, no matter the light level. It’s important to play padel on a well-lit padel court.

Don’t Let Autumn 2021 Stop You Developing Your Padel Skills

Over the summer, you might have spent most of your padel court time learning the game and getting to a good playing level. You might be worried that the autumn and winter months will hinder your padel development as you might not get the opportunity to play. We encourage you to find a club that has indoor padel facilities because it will allow you to maintain your padel progress and keep enjoying the sport, don’t allow the colder seasons to hold you back.

Keep Practicing Padel

Don’t let the bad weather stop you from improving your padel game. It can be easy to enter a padel slump in the autumn and winter months, but we encourage you to keep getting out there and playing the sport. The practice that you put into padel over these months will help you with your summer game, and may even help you to enter a league at your local padel club. 

Maintain Your Padel Social Circle

You might have built a good padel social circle over the summer and you want to continue enjoying the sport with your fellow players throughout the autumn and winter months. We all know that motivation can be difficult when the weather isn’t great, but it’s important that you make time for your padel social circle. Even if you can’t meet up and play padel, it’s a good idea to keep in touch so your padel social circle is still there when the summer comes. Find a padel court with floodlights and arrange a padel playing evening, fun with friends will make you realise why you love this racket sport!

Keeping Healthy In Autumn 2021

Keeping healthy throughout the autumn and winter months is important because these months tend to be the easiest to put on weight and the hardest to lose it. As comfort food and cosy nights-in seem more appealing, don’t let the progress you made playing padel in the summer go to waste.

Let Padel Help Your Mental Health

When the nights get longer and the weather gets colder, it might be difficult to maintain motivation in your life. It is too easy to just spend an evening on the sofa when the weather is rubbish. Don’t let the weather get you down, find a padel club that has indoor padel facilities. This way you can break up the monotony of the mid-week slump and feel great doing it at the same time. Make sure you keep your mind and body healthy, you’ll thank yourself for it..

Easy Game To Learn The Rules

If you are looking for a game that is not too taxing on the rules, padel is the game for you. Padel is the perfect game for autumn 2021 because it’s a game where you can learn the rules in an hour of playing,  this simplicity combined with the fun of the game makes it a great way to keep active.


Get The Most Out Of Your Padel Equipment In Autumn 2021

Don’t let your padel equipment collect dust over the winter. Keep playing to improve your skills and to become a better player when the summer approaches and the game is in full swing. It’s easy just to stop playing, it takes a lot more dedication to play in the colder month. However, your dedication will pay off when you start beating your friends on the padel court. 

Support Your Local Club In Autumn 2021

Finally, it’s a good idea to get a couple of games in at your local padel club over the colder months, it will help your club to keep its doors open over the winter. It will keep the game alive for your local padel community to enjoy – a true win-win.

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