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Challenge each other in the sport everyone can play, padel. After you've finished the match, it's just a short walk to Fröken Filipsson's outdoor seating - a perfect way to wind down after a sweaty match.
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This is paddle

The best analogy would be that it is a mix between tennis and squash. The sport is very easy to learn and you can have fun regardless of level, and it's also good exercise with a lot of movement. Padel is played in doubles and is therefore a fantastic activity to do together with friends.

About the banana

The paddle course is located right by Kungs8, with convenient walking distance from the rental, several accommodations and the restaurant Fröken Filipssons. The course is built according to padel standards and is equipped with lighting to be playable for as many hours as possible during the day.

Equipment - we have everything you need

To play, you need a padel racket and a padel ball each, which is basically like a tennis ball but a little softer. If you don't have your own equipment, you can buy and rent it from us when the facility is open.

Rules - how to play

Padel is usually played in doubles, ie two people in each team. The rules are quite easy to learn and most of the time you can have a lot of fun together the first time you play.

A ball always starts with a serve where the server stands behind the serve line, bounces the ball in the ground and then hits the ball below waist height over the net diagonally in the opponent's server box. If the serve goes into the glass wall after the ground, it is approved, but if it goes into the grid, the ball is counted as out. You have two services on you. Once the game is running, the ball may bounce a maximum of once in the ground before hitting the net, but it may also bounce in the grid and glass walls, as long as it bounces in the ground first. You can also use the glass walls on your own side to help get the ball to the opponent's side. The score is the same as in tennis, ie 15-0, 30-0, 40-0 etc. The best of 3 sets applies.