Padel Tennis – Ladies

There are 6 groups playing Padel Tennis. Some are exclusively for women and others are for mixed groups. Some of the groups are full but have waiting lists and others are accepting new members.

Check out what each group has to offer and contact the Group Leader if you are interested in joining.

Padel mujeres nuevas

Group Leader
Email Address padel.mujeres.nuevos@u3ajavea.com 
Meeting Venue Palau Municipal d’Esports (Sports Centre in the Port)
Meeting Day and Time Mondays, 10:30-12:00

A new Padel Tennis group for Ladies

The group will meet on Mondays between 10:30-12:00 at the Polideportivo (Sports Centre in the Port).

The group welcomes, based on a first come first served basis, new members.

The group has an open waiting list.

Padel Ladies Intermediate

Group Leader Bernadine Davis-Turpin
Email Address padel.ladies.intermediate@u3ajavea.com 
Meeting Venue Palau Municipal d’Esports (Sports Centre in the Port)
Meeting Day and Time Thursdays, 10:30-12:00

A new Padel Tennis group for Ladies

The group is led by Bernadine Davis-Turpin.

The group will meet on Thursday between 10:30-12:00 at the Polideportive (Sports Centre in the Port).

The group welcomes, based on a first come first served basis, new but experienced members (either in tennis or squash).

The group has an open waiting list.

Padel ladies Friday

Group Leaders Bernadine Davis-Turpin
Email Address: ladies.friday.padel@u3ajavea.com 
Meeting Venue Palau Municipal d’Esports (Sports Centre in the Port)
Day and Time Fridays (times vary)
13th Sept – 30th June : 10:30 – 12:30
1st July – 12th Sept : 09:00 – 10:30

Padel Tennis group for Ladies.

The group is led by Bernadine Davis-Turpin 

The group will normally meet on Fridays between 10:30-12:00 at the Polideportivo (Sports Centre in the Port).

However, from 1st July to 12th September, they avoid the summer heat by meeting between 09:00-10:30.

The group welcomes, based on a first come first served basis, new but experienced members (either in tennis or squash).

Please be aware that members taking part in this activity do so entirely at their own risk. Members are responsible for their own medical cover.

Padel Tennis is typically played in doubles on an enclosed court about half the size of a tennis court. Scoring is the same as normal tennis and the balls used are similar but with a little less pressure, the main differences are that the court has walls and the balls can be played off them in a similar way as in the game of squash and that solid, stringless racquets are used. The height of the ball being served must be at or below the waist level. The sport was invented in Acapulco, Mexico, by Enrique Corcuera in 1969. It is currently most popular in Hispanic American countries such as Argentina and Mexico as well as in Spain, although it is now beginning to spread rapidly across Europe and other continents.

Padel Pro Tour (PPT) is the professional Padel Circuit which was created in 2005 as a result of the agreement between a group of organizers of matches of Padel and Association of Professional Players of Pádel (AJPP) and the Spanish Feminine Association of Pádel (AFEP).

The sport’s popularity along the Costa del Sol in southern Spain has exposed it to a large number of British visitors, leading to an increased popularity of the sport in the UK and a launch of the UK Padel Federation in 2011.