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Padel Rackets

As padel grows rapidly in popularity, the range of padel rackets to choose from is better than ever, whatever your budget, ability and experience. Take your pick from leading racket sports brands and specialist padel brands.

Adidas Drive Light 3.2 Padel Racket Green
40% Off
Adidas Drive Light 3.2 Padel Racket GreenLighter weight for easy manoeuvrability
£44.99£75.00
Adidas Rx 2000 Light Padel Racket
40% Off
Adidas Rx 2000 Light Padel RacketSoft EVA for easy use
£71.90£120.00
Adidas Metalbone Team Light 3.3 Padel Racket
15% Off
Adidas Metalbone Team Light 3.3 Padel RacketGreat playability for the intermediate player!
£148.75£175.00
Adidas RX Series Light Padel Racket
15% Off
Adidas RX Series Light Padel RacketLight weight choice for the improving player
£84.99£100.00
Adidas Drive 3.3 Padel Racket Blue
15% Off
Adidas Drive 3.3 Padel Racket BluePerfect choice for starting padel!
£59.50£70.00
Adidas Drive Light 3.3 Padel Racket
15% Off
Adidas Drive Light 3.3 Padel RacketEasy to use!
£59.50£70.00
Babolat Reveal Padel Racket
25% Off
Babolat Reveal Padel RacketLarge hitting area!
£56.25£75.00
Adidas Adipower CTRL Team 3.3 Padel Racket
15% Off
Adidas Adipower CTRL Team 3.3 Padel RacketIncredible spin and control
£131.75£155.00
Babolat Contact Padel Racket
35% Off
Babolat Contact Padel RacketPerfect starting padel racket!
£48.75£75.00
Bullpadel Indiga CTR 24 Padel Racket
25% Off
Bullpadel Indiga CTR 24 Padel RacketSoft hitting feel for easy use
£59.94£80.00
Bullpadel Ionic Control 24 Padel Racket
12% Off
Bullpadel Ionic Control 24 Padel RacketPerfect choice for the precision player
£149.99£170.00
PADELIZED AERO-PRO TEAM Padel Racket
75% Off
PADELIZED AERO-PRO TEAM Padel RacketEasy manoeuvrability!
£49.99£200.00
PADELIZED AERO-PRO Padel Racket
67% Off
PADELIZED AERO-PRO Padel RacketGreat vibration dampening!
£49.99£150.00
PADELIZED AERO-PRO TOUR Padel Racket
80% Off
PADELIZED AERO-PRO TOUR Padel RacketTextured surface for increased spin
£49.99£250.00
Adidas Cross It Pro Edition Padel Racket
10% Off
Adidas Cross It Pro Edition Padel RacketFor incredible control and feel!
£274.50£305.00
Adidas Adipower Ctrl Multiweight Pro Edition Padel Racket
10% Off
Adidas Adipower Ctrl Multiweight Pro Edition Padel RacketIncredible feel and stability for the attacking player!
£346.50£385.00
Adidas Metalbone CTRL 3.3 Padel Racket
15% Off
Adidas Metalbone CTRL 3.3 Padel RacketHigh precision for the competitive player
£280.50£330.00
Babolat Counter Viper Padel Racket
43% Off
Babolat Counter Viper Padel RacketMaximum playability and power
£159.99£280.00
Adidas Drive 3.2 Padel Racket Yellow
34% Off
Adidas Drive 3.2 Padel Racket YellowEasy playability
£49.50£75.00
Adidas Adipower Light 3.3 Padel Racket
15% Off
Adidas Adipower Light 3.3 Padel RacketEasy handling from a lighter weight
£161.50£190.00

About Padel Rackets

How do you choose a padel racket?

When you're choosing a padel racket to suit your game, consider these factors:
- Skill level
- Budget
- Game style
- Handling preference
- Brand
They're all important in your decsion. Beginners might like an entry-prices racket with a larger head and good stability. If you're into fierce topspin and super-fast hitting, look for rackets set up to deliver this kind of gameplay. Some players prefer a heavier racket for power and stability, others like a lightweight racket that's less tiring to play with and gives them more agility. You may have a favourite brand already. If you're not sure, ask the racket sports experts at pdhsports.com - we've tested and recommended top padel racket buys and you can view our padel racket test video clips too. 

What is the key difference between padel rackets?

Padel rackets are designed for different players from beginners to professional level. They have different features depending on your preferences. A lighter racket may be easier on the wrist and feel more agile. A heavier padel racket can produce more power and stability, for greater accuracy. Round, teardrop or diamond shaped heads appeal to different players. Some rackets are set up to deliver excellent spin or to reduce vibration. Read the product details and reviews to discover the best one for you, or ask for advice from the racket sports experts at pdhsports.com - we've personally tested lots of padel rackets and we love to hear from you online or on social media

Do padel rackets have grip sizes?

All padel rackets come with a standard sized handle grip. You can use overgrips to cushion the handle or layer it up to increased the grip size for greater comfort, if you have larger hands. Overgrips can also help wick away sweat, to keep your grip strong and steady during your padel games. 

Why does a padel racket have holes?

Padel rackets are different from strung squash, tennis or badminton rackets, because they have a solid impact surface. Imagine swishing a large solid racket head through the air though - the resistance would make it slow and difficult. To get around that problem, and the make the rackets lighter, the impact surface is punched with holes. 

What shape should a padel racket for beginners have?

There are all kind of padel rackets on the market to cater for every preference and playing style. The head shape can make a difference to ease of hitting: for beginners, a large round head is often recommended. More advanced players sometimes prefer a more diamond-shaped head, for greater precision. 

Which padel racket is suitable for children or juniors?

Junior rackets are available for newbies and more competitive youth players. They tend to be slightly shorter and lighter than adult rackets, in proportion to junior players' size and strength. Adult padel rackets are shorter and easier to handle than tennis rackets, so for a junior's first try, they could just borrow an adult racket to get a feel for the game and decide if they want to keep playing... we're pretty sure they'll be hooked!

What are padel bats made of?

Most padel rackets have faces made of fibreglass (cheaper) or carbon fibre (more expensive). Manufacturers have developed different features on the racket face - a rough or slightly raised surface can change the spin on the ball, for example. The racket head has a thick filling or core of rubber (heavier) or foam (lighter).