At Padel Magazine, we offer you a light and amusing article on disputes in padel which can then make you laugh. THE padel can sometimes drive you crazy, and some players are hot-blooded. We all have a partner or adversary in mind, a cheating specialist! Here are some common scenarios that can cause arguments in the field.

1. Net: the ball hit the net on serve

When the ball hits the net on serve and the return of serve is a fault, the returner must indicate the fault before his own ball goes out of bounds. Otherwise, the service must be replayed.

2. Service lines: source of disagreement

Service lines are only for serving, but sometimes players disagree on this. Only one solution: put back two balls!

3. The bullet hit the window directly

A classic case: the ball hits the window before hitting the ground. How do you know if the ball hit the ground or the window first? Not easy ! An unwritten rule says that if the bounce is high, then the ball is good. If the bounce is low, then the ball is foul. But this unofficial rule is not always reliable. Replay or VAR on the professional circuit is not always accurate either. The best solution: put two balls back.

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4. Double touch: when the ball is touched twice

If a player touches the ball several times before returning it, this can cause arguments. The author must be honest, but sometimes there are disagreements on this theme.

In conclusion, the padel is an exciting sport, but like any sport, there can be moments of disagreement. The key is to play fair and have fun, even when arguments arise.

5. The crier or the talker to destabilize the opponent

Unlike tennis, talking to padel is not only permitted, but encouraged. However, some players sometimes abuse it to distract their opponents. This poses a challenge for referees, who must balance the application of the rules with the very nature of the padel, where communication between partners is an integral part of the game. Punishing players for talking too much is not an easy task, because talking is part of the DNA of the game. padel.

Franck Binisti

Franck Binisti discovers the padel at the Club des Pyramides in 2009 in the Paris region. Since padel is part of his life. You often see him touring France going to cover the major events of padel French.