Level 1 - Beginner.

You just get started to play padel. Your biggest challenge is to return the ball once or twice.

Level 2 - Intermediate. 

You know the basic positions, although it costs to be positioned in the right place on the right moment. You can rally with a slow ball that doesn’t touch the walls.

Level 3  - Upper Intermediate.

You begin to have control of your position on the court, the basic strokes and start giving some speed to the ball. Also, explore space and climb up the net to get the point. You can guess where the ball will go.

Level 4 - Advanced.

You understand the game and you are able to know where the ball will bounce off the wall. You know what you would like to do in every moment but you still have problems controlling the fast and tensioned balls. Used to use the walls as a defensive resource.

Level 5 - Upper Advanced.

The game gets serious. You control the speed of your balls, going from medium to high, and you're a crack with the forehand. You anticipate, define points from the net and looking for the weak spot of the opponent. Used to use the walls as an offensive resource also.

Level 6 - Competition.

This level requires a really good anticipation and strategy in the game, and you know how to do it perfectly. You adapt to the opponent’s game, you find his weakness and go for it. In the speed control bumps, you have good depth and power.

Level 7 - Professional.

The player trains intensively and competes in regional and national tournaments. It is a source of money income from prizes and sponsors.