Padel is a sport that’s rapidly increasing in popularity. A variant of tennis, padel is played on a smaller court than tennis and uses a form of tennis balls with less pressure inside.
With many star players jumping to Padel, many would-be padel players have been exposed to the sport. This has led to a rise in padel schools, padel clubs, and even padel ball manufacturers.
This wide array of padel balls has padel enthusiasts scratching their heads. Which padel balls should they choose? Which balls are the best if you play with a lot of spin?
Let’s go through some of the best padel balls on the market. We’ll discuss how padel balls are made, how much they cost, and which ones will allow you to get a head start in the sport.