Talking about tennis, people have different visions in mind. However, to clear all the concepts let’s talk about the basics. Unlike tennis, the ball in padel or paddle can strike the court’s surrounding walls (glass). It is a two-team sport (4 people). There are open doors in the wire-enclosed section. The player gets the option to escape the door if he or she feels it is essential, making the game more thrilling and ongoing. Padel, a racket sport that isn’t as popular as tennis throughout the world, is particularly popular in Spanish-speaking nations like Mexico, Spain, and Argentina. It follows the same rules as tennis, however, the padel tennis court, where the game is played, is not the same as the tennis court we are familiar with.
What is the area of a paddle court?
It’s crucial to know the measurements before building a padel court (paddle court). The courts for padel are rectangular. A padel course must be 20 meters by 10 meters in size. It’s about a third of the size of a tennis court. It is 32ft 8in (10 meters) broad and 65ft 7in (20 meters) long, with solid walls around it (fully on the ends, partially on the sides). A net with a height of 34,6 inches in the middle (88cm) and 36 inches on the edges divides the playing area into two halves (92cm). Tennis uses the same ground and net as basketball. The court’s sidewalls (glass) are 3 meters long, while the back walls (glass) are 4 meters long. Within the full-size tennis court space, two international-sized padel courts may be readily built up. Tennis courts may be created both outside and indoors using the same criteria.
The tennis courts are 23.77m long and 8.23m broad, according to our measurements. The court is 10.97m wide for doubles play. The court is separated into two equal areas by a net that is suspended from two net posts by a rope or metal cable.
How much does a tennis paddle court cost?
It’s one of the most asked questions in the paddle tennis industry; however, the answer is simple but varies. Depending on the padel court architect, an indoor padel court without foundation work costs between 15,000 and 25,000 euros. Panorama courts are a little more expensive, but they are just decorative and are not required.
Depending on the condition of the soil or historical use, foundation work might vary substantially. Between 10,000 and 20,000 euros should be budgeted. You may also acquire a used padel court, but you should thoroughly inspect the court before purchasing it and contractually govern the transportation and building.
Padel is also a very sociable sport. After the game, people like to get together and have a few beers. As a result, gastronomy gets its money’s worth. The investments in the building of padel courts may also be appropriately categorized against this backdrop, i.e. the growth in revenue.