Australia wants to become a strong padel nation. Physically distant from all, this is not to say that it is not present on the padel board.

It is not a country but a continent. Australia wants to grow and be part of the strong nations of padel. We have already seen it during the Asian Padel Cup: this nation is the defending champion with, for the moment, tennis players who have moved to padel.

But the substantive work continues. Several European companies and organizations set up in the land of kangaroos to motivate structures to move forward. And it works. Each year the clubs are more and more numerous, the tournaments bloom with even stages of the FIP, and especially the brands are established in the country.

“Difficult to practice a sport if you can't find equipment.”

This phrase should be forgotten soon because padel in Australia is growing, and growing fast. So much the better. Will we have a chance to see the Australians at the next world championships?

Julien Bondia

Julien Bondia is a padel teacher in Tenerife. He is the founder of AvantagePadel.net, a software very appreciated by clubs and padel players. Columnist and advisor, he helps you play better through his many padel tutorials.