General rules for the rental of paddle tennis courts

Members can book a paddle tennis court 10 days in advance.
Non-members can book 2 days in advance.
You can use the wallet bonus to pay for paddle tennis courts reservations.
Cancellations are allowed, as long as the Club reception is notified 24 hours in advance:

  • If the reservation has been paid by card or cash, the reservation will be changed to another available date.
  • If it has been paid by wallet bonus, the amount will be refunded to the bonus.
  • If it is not notified in advance, the reservation will be considered lost.

No change of day and time will be made if is not notified at least 6 hours in advance.
The occupation of the paddle tennis court for longer than the reserved time will result in an extra charge depending on the time exceeded.
Paddle tennis courts reservation is minimum 1 hour; fractions are not allowed.

Cancellation policy due to bad weather

The Club will decide where those conditions are met.
In case of cancellation, if the payment has been made with the wallet bonus, the amount will be refunded in the same bonus.
If the payment has been made by card or cash, the reservation will be changed to another day.

Wallet bonus

It is the easiest way to pay for paddle tennis courts reservations and your purchases in the store.
Buy or recharge your wallet bonus and use it to reserve clues and not have to make payments at any time.
Purchases or recharges have a bonus depending on the money you recharge.

I’m in

If you lack people to start a paddle tennis match or want to meet new teammates and opponents, your choice is I’m in.

The matches are organized according to the level of the players.
We will send you an e-mail when a match corresponding to your level opens.
You can check the matches that are being organized and sign up for whatever you want.
Once the game is completed with the four players, we will send you a confirmation message.
If it is not completed, we also notify you well in advance.
The results of each match are counted to determine if the level is raised or lowered.

Paddle tennis rental: classification and levels

Here are some guidelines that are also followed by other clubs, so you can evaluate yourself in a first phase (then they will be adjusted based on the results). You can let us know your level by e-mail or through the Club office before renting our paddle tennis courts.

  • 1.0
    Just started playing paddle tennis.
  • 1.5
    Limited experience. Keep trying to keep the balls in play.
  • 2.0
    Forehand: incomplete gesture, lack of directional control, slow ball speed.
    Backhand: avoids the backhand, erratic shot, grip problems, incomplete gesture.
    Serve / return: incomplete gesture, common double faults, inconsistent ball bounces, return with many problems.
    Volley: avoids climbing the net and the backhand volley, bad foot positioning.
    Bounces: fails to return any bounces.
    Playstyle: familiar with the basic positions, although it is frequently positioned incorrectly.
  • 2.5
    Forehand: in development, moderate ball speed
    Backhand: problems in preparation and grip, often prefer the right-hand shot to the backhand.
    Serve / return: attempt to perform the full gesture, slow serve ball speed, inconsistent ball bounce, slow service returns.
    Volley: uncomfortable on the net, especially with the backhand, frequently use the face of the forehand in backhand volleys.
    Bounces: tries to position for the bounce even if you only shot the ball occasionally.
    Special shots: make intentional lobs but with little control, smashes the ball occasionally in high shots.
    Playstyle: play ball with a slow ball speed, weak coverage of the space on the court, remains in the initial position of the game.
  • 3.0
    Forehand: relatively good consistency and moderate variety of shots, good directional control, developing range of shots (slice, flat, topspin).
    Backhand: frequently prepared to hit with relative consistency.
    Serve / return: developing the service gesture, little consistency when trying to hit with power, second service is considerably worse than the first. Returns with relative consistency. Volley: forehand in a consistent way, inconsistent in the backhand, problems with the balls at the feet and in open shots.
    Bounces: correctly positioned in slow shots, gets to retun the ball. Do not move forward in strong balls.
    Special shots: makes lobs in a moderately consistent way.
    Playstyle: consistent with medium ball speed, poor consistency in positioning with the partner, sometimes one above and one below, goes up to the net when the game dictates but is weak in execution.
  • 3.5
    Forehand: good solid and moderate variety of shots, good directional control, developing range of shots (slice, flat, topspin).
    Backhand: shot with directional control in some hits, difficulty returning in strong or high balls, difficulty in backhand defending.
    Serve / return: begins to serve with control and some power, developing the slice serve, solid returns with directional control and moderate ball speed.
    Volley: more aggressive in the net game, some skill in the side shots, quite good foot positioning, directional control in forehand volleys, control in backhand volleys, but with very low offensive power.
    Bounces: correctly positioned in forehand shots. Defends consistently forehand and moderate ball speed. Defends backhand with difficulty if balls are fast. Developing the wall descents.
    Special shots: solid high shots, developing tray, second volleys and approach shots. Returns the most second services.
    Playstyle: solid and directional control with medium ball speeds, positioning with the partner moderately solid, looking for the opportunity to win the net.
  • 4.0
    Forehand: hits with enough control, tries to hit with control in difficult defensive shots.
    Backhand: directs the ball with moderate and solid ball speeds, developing a variety of shots.
    Serve / return: place first and second serves, power and frequent placement with the first, use slice balls in the service, reliable in the return (with depth and control).
    Volley: depth and control in the forehand volley; directs the backhand volley, but without depth or aggressiveness. Developing low volleys.
  • Bounces: consistently returns forehand bounces, correctly positioned in the backhand bounces. Solid wall descent and power with the forehand, if backhand usually chooses lob.
    Special shots: solid high shot, manages to volley aggressive shots, starts defining points with the volley and the smash, seeks and directs the volley to the weak area of the rivals, solidly defends with lobs. Begins to develop the tray.
    Playstyle: reliable and controlled shots with medium-high ball speeds. Team play; if rallies loss of point due to lack of patience.
  • 4.5
    Forehand: very reliable. Speed, control and variety of shots with depth. Offensive in most shots.
    Backhand: controls direction and depth but suffers defending difficult shots, strikes with relative power.
    Serve / return: serves with placement and control, few double faults. Power and slice balls, second serve with good depth and placement, aggressive returns with control.
    Volley: good feet positioning, controls rallies in the volleys; power, control and depth in the forehand volleys, mistakes when striking with power.
    Bounces: good descent of right wall, backhand achieves depth and placement with medium ball speed.
    Special shots: approach shots with control and depth; solid in volleys and high shots. Gets final smashes, gets the ball 4 times sometimes, earns volley drop shots sometimes.
    Playstyle: hits with relative power, good court coverage, starts to vary the game depending on the opponent, aggressive play on the net, good anticipation.
  • 5.0
    Forehand: strong shots with control, depth and variety of shots, use the forehand to prepare the rush to the net. Consistent in deep lobs.
    Backhand: uses solid backhand in aggressive shots, good control in direction and depth in most shots. Pretty solid in deep lobs and defense.
    Serve / return: effective placement of the serve, looking for the weak point of the opponent to rush the net quickly. Good variety of serves, depth, placement in seconds to force returns with little power, backhand with control in difficult serves.
    Volley: strikes most of the volleys with depth and power, plays difficult volleys with depth, looking for the opponent’s weak point.
    Bounces: good bounce defense, even with strong balls. Earns points with hard wall bounces. Good wall down both forehand and backhand.
    Special shots: shots with force and high effectiveness, good defensive and offensive lobs, high shots in any position of the court with control, plays solid trays, earns shots with strong smash. Gets the ball in 3 sometimes.
    Playstyle: varies the game according to the opponent, solid teamwork, gets to read the game and finds the weak point of the opponent, is mentally and physically less solid than the player.
  • 5.5
    Reliable shots in compromised situations, good anticipation, reads the game easily looking for the weak points of the rivals. First and second serves are deep and placed. Strength and solidness as greatest weapon; varies the strategy and style of play in compromised situations.
  • 6.0-7.0
    This player does not need categories. It appears in championship rankings, has intensive training for regional and national tournaments, and has a national ranking.
  • 6.5
    Potential to become a 7.0 player. Plays national tournaments continuously.
  • 7.0
    A professional paddle tennis player, takes part in open tournaments and his main source of income is tournament prizes and sponsors.