The innovation ofHexagon Cup is not limited only to its atypical game format. Indeed, by choosing a purple colored track, the organization introduces a touch of color into the tournament.
Usually blue on the Premier Padel and World Padel Tour (black during some WPT events) and red on A1 Padel, the tracks see their palette enriched. The Hexagon Cup, by adopting a purple carpet, changes the visual experience of players and spectators.
Beyond the aesthetic aspect, the choice of the purple color raises questions. How does this innovation affect ball visibility? What impact does it have on the concentration and performance of players? So many questions that we can ask ourselves, and which deserve to be explored.
Whether we like it or not, this initiative deserves to be praised for its audacity. It now remains to be seen whether this color will be adopted more frequently in the future or whether it will remain characteristic of this competition. And you, what do you think of this color as fans?
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