Padel tennis

Fun and easy to play

Courts
3

The Club’s benefits

In Switzerland, only the Country Club Geneva has three indoor courts dedicated to this new racket sport, which has become a worldwide phenomenon.

Unexpected ball trajectories

Padel tennis is played on a court surrounded by metallic mesh and glass walls. The rackets are small, thick and pierced with holes. The balls are similar to tennis balls. The particularity of this game is that, in a rally, the ball can touch any other surface several times after bouncing off the floor e.g. the door handle, the metallic mesh, in front of or behind the players, etc. - sending the ball off on unexpected trajectories.

Courts
3

The Club’s benefits

In Switzerland, only the Country Club Geneva has three indoor courts dedicated to this new racket sport, which has become a worldwide phenomenon.

Unexpected ball trajectories

Padel tennis is played on a court surrounded by metallic mesh and glass walls. The rackets are small, thick and pierced with holes. The balls are similar to tennis balls. The particularity of this game is that, in a rally, the ball can touch any other surface several times after bouncing off the floor e.g. the door handle, the metallic mesh, in front of or behind the players, etc. - sending the ball off on unexpected trajectories.

A sport of champions for everyone

Some of the greatest tennis champions play padel tennis. Anyone can have fun with this sport since it does not require as many technical moves as traditional tennis. Come and discover the sport now.