Padel in Aigle

Description

Padel, a sport halfway between tennis and squash, can be played in Aigle on one of the two courts offered by the Aigle Tennis Club. Near the World Cycling Centre, this sports area allows you to practice this sport or to let off steam.

We’re not talking about paddling here but a racket game and one that is played in pairs. Originating in central America, it’s still a little known sport in Switzerland. But that doesn’t stop it from being a hugely interesting game as well as being a great alternative to tennis. A padel court looks much like a regular tennis court but is surrounded by walls like in squash. The two teams play as if it were a game of tennis but can use the walls to try to outwit their opponents, just as in a game of squash. It’s a fascinating alternative sport to be found in Aigle and a novel one to boot.

Online booking and payment.

Booking

Rates

Padel, a sport halfway between tennis and squash, can be played in Aigle on one of the two courts offered by the Aigle Tennis Club. Near the World Cycling Centre, this sports area allows you to practice this sport or to let off steam.

We’re not talking about paddling here but a racket game and one that is played in pairs. Originating in central America, it’s still a little known sport in Switzerland. But that doesn’t stop it from being a hugely interesting game as well as being a great alternative to tennis. A padel court looks much like a regular tennis court but is surrounded by walls like in squash. The two teams play as if it were a game of tennis but can use the walls to try to outwit their opponents, just as in a game of squash. It’s a fascinating alternative sport to be found in Aigle and a novel one to boot.

Online booking and payment.

Booking

Rates

Duration

People usually spend 1 hour here.

Operating Hours

Open now
07:30 - 23:00
Location
Getting There
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