GAME RULES

Points:
The first point won will be called, “15” – The second point won “30”, the third point “40” and the fourth “game”. Except, if each pair have equally won three points, at which time will be called, “deuce”.

Game :
We use alternative scoring methods: ’No Advantage’, also known as Golden Point. This is a sudden death scenario and is used as a way of speeding up a match result.
The receiving pair will choose whether to receive the service on the right or the left side of the court. The receiving pair cannot change positions to receive the deciding point. The pair that wins the point wins the game.

Every game is 25 minutes long. Before the start of the match, you have the option to a 5-minute warm up to be decided between players. Note that these 5 minutes will be taken off your total game time.

The game must be completed with a winner. In case the score is for example 4-4, 15-15, then the following ball will be decisive. If you become distracted by the tournament director calling the time, you are able to re-play the ball.

The winning team comes up to the tournament director to register the scores after each game.

OUR DIFFERENT LEVELS



OUR DIFFERENT LEVELS

RULES OF THE GAME

A

ADVANCED

You play a lot and regularly. Mastering the game at the highest level and is one of the best in your county. Has extensive competition experience. Equivalent to MATCHI levels 8-10.

RULES OF THE GAME

B

HIGH

You play a lot and regularly. Considered good and has competition experience. Equivalent to MATCHI levels 6-7.

RULES OF THE GAME

C

MEDIUM

You play regularly. Little or no competition experience. Equivalent to MATCHI levels 4-5.

RULES OF THE GAME

D

BEGINNER

Padel enthusiast who has just started your padel journey. Equivalent to MATCHI levels 1-3.