The player who smash the least in the world is, and this is not really a surprise, Fede Chingotto! The Argentinian is in fact not known for his smashes. He smashes the least in a match, with only 3 smashes on average per match. (Source : Padel Intelligence)

Martin Di Nenno surprises

The semi-surprise comes from the Argentinian Martin Di Nenno, more aggressive than Fede Chingotto obviously, but also very effective on his smashes since the average exceeds 70%. Even more surprising, Martin Di Nenno smashes almost as much as Chozas, Sanyo Gutierrez, and even Maxi Sanchez with 10 smashes on average. For the record, Di Nenno has more effective smashes than his partner Stupa, with an efficiency of 65% for 18 smashes on average. There too, he

we must put the figures into perspective, because the smashes and risks taken by the player on the left are not always the same as those made by the player on the right, who will smash less and do it only when he considers that the risk is lower .

Bela in the hard

One might believe that Fernando Belasteguín (Bela) does not smash, and yet he exceeds the bar of 10 smashes per match, but with relatively low efficiency, since he is below the 55% efficiency mark. This places him among the 5 least effective players at this level, which may explain a lackluster start to the season for him.

The statistics of Padel market give us a unique perspective on how players are performing and what they can work on to improve their game. As the season progresses, it will be interesting to see how these numbers evolve and if players like Rubio can turn things around and improve their smash efficiency.

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.