The athlete is a social being, he is shaped and altered by his immediate environment. His performances are directly linked to the appearance of the match. If he wants to win, the athlete must observe the world around him and know how to control his emotions.

The score is one of the elements that impacts the competitor's emotions. When the score is close or close to victory, the pressure increases and risk-taking for many players is decreasing. Conversely, if the team dominates easily, the players' performances increase and the players have the impression of succeeding in everything they try.

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However, at padel, the notion of risk-taking is decisive, both the padel is a foul game. Thus, reducing risk-taking because we are under pressure could be a winner, but only if the impact is sufficient to cause the opponent to make a mistake. Indeed, we sometimes see teams modifying their previously winning tactical plan under the effect of pressure (we put ourselves in a defensive position when we win). But depending on the pressure or lack of pressure felt by the opponents, this can quickly reverse the tide of the match, leading to comebacks. Comebacks which, in turn, can be overtaken by pressure, fear of winning, when concluding.

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We see clearly that knowledge, and more precisely awareness of the score and what is at stake, is a determining element in the athlete's performance. Because it is essential in competition, you have to learn to manage it. Managing your emotions linked to the score but also taking into account those of your opponents and your partner appears primordial in setting up his game.

The score and its impact are inherent to competitive sport, just like physical condition or technical skills. So, just like physicality and technique, score management during a game can improve with practice. To use Padel Score even in training is therefore essential to your progress as a competitor.