Learn Padel Through These Top 3 Padel Courses In The UK

June 24, 2021

Padel is fast becoming one of the most popular sports in the UK, with over 6,000 people playing the game every year. You might be hearing a lot of padel talk and thinking to yourself that it sounds like a sport for me. At PadelPadelPadel, we think now is the best time to ride the current wave of padel, because it’s becoming increasingly popular with more and more courts opening every year. If you are interested in taking up the sport but are a bit reluctant to learn a whole new sport from scratch; don’t be afraid to start. The rule system is fairly similar to tennis, with the only major difference being that you can score points against the walls of the court. 

 Padel is a very fast-paced game, so expect to get a sweat on when you are playing. If you want to improve your game, you might want to consider taking a few lessons. There are lots of courses to choose from but in this article, we will give you our top 3 padel courses in the UK we think you should try.

London Padel Centre: Bishops Park, Fulham

This club comes recommended by the LTA (Lawn Tennis Association), so it’s respected by the sport. The course is run by a team of elite Spanish padel coaches, who use their years of padel experience to help you get to the level you want to achieve. London Padel Centre can help you get the most out of the game, whilst having fun at the same time. They provide beginner and advanced padel courses for you to choose from and these courses offer:

  • Offers a coaching programme 7 days a week
  • Beginner and high-level courses
  • Coaching for players at the heart of the game
  • Advice from the pros
  • Competitive games
  • Junior programmes available 

Will To Win: Regent’s Park, Westminster

 Will to win padel club offers a great introduction into the world of padel and it’s a very open group of players from all different backgrounds. There is a great mixture of casual players and more advanced players in this club that offer their expertise to beginners. They run a few padel clinics for beginners and provide a successful coffee morning (hot drinks are provided for each player). For those who are looking to advance their skills further, they also provide a mixed padel social which includes drills.

The Padel School

 If you don’t have the time to join a padel training programme, thepadelschool.com can offer training from the comfort of your own home. They have tutorial videos on every aspect of the game and can help you improve the core elements of your game. There is a variety of courses that are tailored for you and the benefits of using this remote training course is:

  • Train in your own time
  • Unlimited access
  • Analysis of your games
  • Specific training for your techniques

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