Today in the series At the heart of padel, Paul Daulan returns to a shot that he has particularly improved since his debut at Padel Stuff Bilbao with former professional player Andoni Bardasco: the bandeja.

After “thousands of bandejas“, Paul managed to improve this shot that is so emblematic of our sport. First, he learned to make the difference between bandeja et vibora, then to understand the movements to be made to play this specific shot. The main person explains to us: “I was not moving well to go to the ball and I was not moving back at all from the ball.”

In the end, it was these few small steps that triggered the improvement of the bandeja from Paul. What are the other elements that allowed him to be much more comfortable in this shot? The answer below!

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