Communicate to padel, It is an art ! On a 200 m² field, you have to be able not only to orient yourself and learn to position yourself according to the balls of your opponents, but also of your partner.
100 m² for 2 people at padel, we can quickly be cramped. And it is not Juan Martin Diaz and Ale Galan who will say the opposite!
We cannot repeat it enough, but the padel, it's made for pipelettes. And if you don't like chatting, you'll have to learn. Otherwise, it may be complicated for you and even more for your partner to get to play.
- Speak, to tell your partner where your opponents are placed
Your partner is probably too focused on playing the ball. Just because the ball isn't for you, doesn't mean you have to stand idly by!
- Speak, to even suggest a move
Example: “Lob!” which suggests that the opponents are stuck to the net.
However, this type of announcement can also help opponents anticipate a lob. So be careful.
Learn to position yourself
Beyond communication, which is essential, there are also the rules for positioning on a field.
This is the advantage when you often play with the same person: we know what he is doing and we can understand each other more easily, even without speaking.
And then, no matter how you tick all the boxes, it will not be enough to avoid finding yourself in complicated situations with your partner. the padel, it can go fast, too fast even ...
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.