Padel is a racquet sport which is played in doubles only. It can be played indoors or outdoors. Players are enclosed in an area measuring 10 by 20 metres with transparent walls and wire mesh fencing in places. The two teams are separated by a tennis net and the court is marked out with lines and service boxes. Walls around the court mean

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THE PADEL COURT Padel rules states that the playing field should be a rectangle 10 meters wide and 20 meters long (with a 0.5% tolerance), enclosed by walls. At the middle of the playing field there will be a net dividing the court in two, the net has a maximum height of 88 cm in the center raising to 92 cm at sides

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USPA is the Padel Association with a mission of growing Padel in the U.S. Established in 1993, USPA has grown in membership over a variety of programs for padel players of all ages an levels. Padel was first introduced to the United States in 1993 by Ed Thompson and Felipe Arnold in Houston , Texas at the renown Houstonian

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