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Ejercicios para Mejorar el Saque de Pádel

November 6, 2019

The service is the only shot where a player can choose when and where to place the ball to gain the maximum advantage The service in padel includes the same technical components of other shots and is very similar to the
forehand slice The most notable difference is that the ball is released by the player himself and this requires coordination of time and space to have an effective weight transfer through the ball and the subsequent sprint to the net in the least amount of time to to occupy the volley position Technical tips
to improve the service The elevated elbow facilitates
the downward trajectory of the bat and makes the ball spin in reverse to the movement in a more offensive way The highest hit point, by regulation, is the waist serve below that line is to be wasting angle to attack and with it the possibility of a
more offensive service A common error in lessons is is to perform the serve in a static position During a real match there will always be a transition towards the net so practising it during training is paramount Tactical tips
to improve the service If the returning player is thinking in how to return the serve he won’t have time to think where to place it Keep some in your sleeve for the important points and use it intermittently Analyse the return of each opponent A direct miss from the return player is a
good advantage But the returns missed are also a good indication that the serve player has found a weak point in the opponent In Padel it is relatively simple to avoid
double faults for this we can afford to be aggressive with the first serve Playing with the first serve is important To add a certain difficulty To improve the service and the shot definition by the serve player We can see three exercises The first is to afford the serve player three opportunities instead of the normal two We can even make it unlimited service attempts The goal it to remove the fear of missing from the player and motivate him to be more aggressive with this shot In this second exercise the coach limits the number of shots for the serve player to finish the point The first variant the serve player
must finish the point before the third shot if not the return player wins The goal of this exercise is to motivate the serve player to be offensive and the exploitation of the chances the return player is allowing after the 4th exchange the possibility of winning the point is statistically reduced in half For this reason the player must be aware of the advantage the serve provides and use it As variations we can reduce the number of shots
available to the serve player to finish the point In the last exercise The serve player informs on the type of shot he will use to define or win the point If he is right the point is double The goal of this exercise is that the serve player learns how to prepare the shot to
finish with his best shot and for the return player to learn to avoid the serve player’s most effective shots


  • Reply Adria S. Llorens December 19, 2013 at 8:17 am

    Una explicacion clara con un diseño grafico y posicion de camara agradables. Gracias por el trabajo bien hecho!

  • Reply Mejora Tu Padel December 20, 2013 at 11:11 pm

    Muchas gracias a vosotros!!

  • Reply Domingo Hernandez Ramos January 12, 2015 at 5:07 pm

    Bien preparado, el video.

  • Reply Ger 717 March 22, 2017 at 3:50 am

    muy bueno el vídeo! gracias por tomarse el tiempo de prepararlo! No estaba al tanto de qué porcentaje se pierde en cuanto a la probabilidad de ganar un punto después de haber sacado!! Excelente?!

  • Reply EDUARDO GOMEZ RAMOS December 21, 2017 at 9:28 pm

    Lo de sacar 3 veces no me convence bueno video , el segundo saque se juega siempre

  • Reply Lisandro February 22, 2018 at 10:03 pm

    Excelencia, cómo siempre

  • Reply Carlos M. Peláez April 25, 2018 at 12:16 pm

    ¡Qué tiempos los de este vídeo!
    Se nota la superevolución que has dado en cuanto a llegar a la gente, pero en su momento los consejos y el trabajo que hay detrás es espectacular.
    Gracias, Manu

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