Sundridge Park Opens New Padel Courts
At Sundridge Park in Bromley, two new quality Padel Tennis courts have recently been constructed. They aim to make the world’s fastest-growing sport accessible to all members of our community, no matter their background or ability.
If you’re not familiar with padel let me break it down to you:
It’s a hybrid between squash and tennis. Foam, EVA rubber, and fiberglass make the bat, which features holes in the skull. Tennis-style scoring and doubles play are the norm.
You serve by dropping the ball and hitting it underarm crosscourt into the receiver’s service box. Points are gained mainly on strategy rather than strength and talent in this game.
It’s a sport loved by all ages because it’s fun and easy to learn!
This weekend was a great success for the Sundridge Park Club’s padel tennis debut. A record number of people visited Kent’s inaugural padel courts during the Easter holiday.
The freshly built courts at the Sundridge Park Club were set for a busy weekend, and they were completely booked for each of the three days.
Alan Stanford/Rapclickphotography captured Open Day at the Sundridge Park Club’s padel tennis facility. Sessions for new players and members were conducted, while current players now can play at a different location. The first weekend was a success because of its openness to the public.
During April, the 50% discount on the court and racket rental is still in effect, as well as a slew of new introduction sessions, coaching, and social play.