This page provides links to major padel tennis competitions around the world. If you would like your competition added please use this form.
The inaugural iPadel County Championships will be held over the summer of 2022 in various counties across the UK. Counties and events included will be determined by the number of entries received.
To register please click on the link below.
The iPadel Club Leagues are aimed at club players who want to play competitive padel against other local padel clubs. The summer 2022 season consists of 21 clubs and 48 teams including men's, ladies and mixed events.
Each match consists of 2 pairs playing 2 rubbers of best of 3 sets First 2 sets to 6 with a tiebreak at 6 games all and 3rd set is a match tie break to 10.
Group matches are played between April and August 2022, with the winners and runners up (depending on the size of the group) qualifying for the national finals at (TBC) in September.
All the fixtures can be seen by clicking on the website link below.
Designed for all new and developing padel players seeking fun structured competition. Our tournaments are held over weekends throughout the year concluding with the end of year HOP Tour Masters Finals. Ranking points are earned for each match win with more points awarded the further you progress in an event. A higher ranking could help you gain entry into the HOP Tour Master Finals.
For full information including all the tournament dates and venues, click on the website link below.
The start of a new project...
For the past few months Padel London have been working very hard on setting up a series of Padel tournaments with the only objective of promoting the sport and making it bigger in London and hopefully UK
The benefits of playing Padel are endless.
Padel is a modern sport, a perfect addition to more traditional racket sports
The LTA Padel Tour provides a circuit of tournaments designed to give up and coming players the opportunity to gain experience at a national level. The tournaments are grade 1 to grade 6, encompassing all levels of padel and including open, ladies, mixed and youth events. The LTA Padel rating table can be viewed here:
Most tournaments start on a Friday evening. Qualifying draws feed through to the main draw which usually commence on the Saturday with the Finals normally scheduled on the Sunday. Matches are scheduled throughout the entire day (if required).
An LTA Licensed Referee will be responsible for the running of each event.
Access the LTA Padel Tour 2022 outline for info regarding rules & regulations, player categories, tournament formats, ranking points, and more…
The circuit for Senior players is available in two age groups for the Men (+40 and +50), and +40 for the Ladies.
The GB Seniors Padel Tour are competitions open to all levels of play, so whether you are a seasoned regular or new to competing, there’s something for everyone!
The tournament rules and regulations are consistent to those of the LTA Padel Tour. Ranking points for GB Seniors are consistent with the LTA Padel Tour ranking tables, and listings will be categorised accordingly by age group.
Players first become eligible to compete when they are in their 40th year. After that you can move upwards to the next age group, always from the year in which you attain your new age.
A full calendar of events in the Open and Seniors tours can be seen here;
The UK National Club League gets under way with the LTA Padel Inter Club Championships 2022. This year there will be men's and ladies competitions as opposed to mixed. Their will be Division 1 and Division 2, with the top 6 teams from 2021 being directly invited into Division 1. Regional playoffs for Division 2 will be held at various venues and the national finals for both divisions will be held at the National Tennis Centre in Roehampton.
For full details click on the website link below
The World Padel Tour (WPT) was launched in partnership with Estrella Damm in 2013. It is the most important professional padel championship in the world, both from the organisational level of the tournaments and the participation of the best international players.
Each year there are between 15 and 20 World Padel Tour tournaments plus a final Masters Event in which the best 8 pairs in the rankings over the year compete against each other.
There are male and female events throughout the year, although the number of WPT women's events is currently about half the number of the men's.