At O’Hanlon Park Padel Centre, we’re proud to offer the largest and most state-of-the-art indoor Padel courts in Ireland. With 5 indoor courts and a convenient pay-as-you-go system, we’re dedicated to providing the best Padel experience for players of all levels.
All play in the sport of Padel is doubles format.
In the sport of Padel, the same scoring system is used as in the sport of tennis.
With regard to service, the following rules apply:
The following are considered fair play situations in the sport of Padel:
Loss of Point
The opposition wins a point when any of the following events occur:
Out of Bounds
The ball is considered out of bounds and a point is given to the opposing players if the ball hits the wire fence or walls before bouncing on the opponent’s side of the court.
The ball can be taken out of the air by any player except on the initial serve and the return of serve.
See extended version of rules – download file here: GAMEREGULATIONSFIP
DESCRIPTION OF THE RACQUET
A Padel racquet is solid with no strings but must be perforated. It is smaller and more compact than a tennis racquet which makes it very easy to handle for everyone.
Weight: between 340g et 370g, slightly heavier than a tennis racquet.
Maximum dimensions: the racquet cannot be more than 45,5cm long, 26cm wide and 38mm thick.
Material: the padel racquet is usually covered by plastic or carbon depending on the quality level. The inside of the racquet is made of ethylene-vinyl acetate which looks like a foam
Please note if you do not have your own racket one can be rented via the extra section on our Playtomic page or App
I love playing Padel at PadelZone Celbridge. The courts are fantastic, and booking is so easy!”
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Padel does not focus on strength, but rather tactics, it’s a great sport for all ages and abilities. I play twice a week at O’Hanlon Park