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It is important not to base your choice only on the exterior aspect of the racket, but rather in all aspects and features that we will indicate along this guide. Although we all like to wield a racket that we consider aesthetically attractive and that also counts, it is important to take into account all the other aspects that will fit or not in our profile as players.

Padel Racket Features

Padel Rackets have some features that are important to know.

Shape, Balance and “SWEET SPOT”

The Shape is a very important factor in a Padel Racket because it will by itself change the point of Balance and the Sweet Spot of it.

Despite some variations, there are 3 basic forms of Padel Rackets.

Diamond Shape

This racket model has the equilibrium point closer to the head, which means that the weight is more distributed along that area. This translates into a greater power in the coup, especially in the aggressive network game. The “sweet spot” is much smaller than in the other formats, which makes the racket a lot more technical, less easy to handle and as such fit for more experienced players who try to add power to their game. Due to its weight distribution towards the top of the racket, it becomes a heavier racket for the arm and harmful to those suffering from injury to the elbow.

Tear Shape

This is an intermediate model between the other two formats. You can do with this racket a good compromise between power and control. The “sweet spot” is still not as broad as in the round model but it is a much more permissive racket than a diamond-shaped one. If you are a multifaceted player who wants to continue to have a powerful racket without neglecting control then this is the ideal choice for you. However, for those who identify 100% as right-wing player (more defensive) or left-handed player (more offensive), this racket may know a little, as many players claim that “neither is meat nor fish”.

Round Shape

This is the most “conservative” and usually preferred model of the typical right-wing players. It has a weight distribution directed at the handle, which makes it very manageable by giving the feeling of being lighter than the other formats, even if it has exactly the same weight. It is without a doubt the ideal model for those who are starting at the paddle, because the “sweet spot” is very wide, which makes the racket much more permissive due to having the ideal area of impact in a fairly extensive area of the face of the racket. This is the ideal racket for those who are now starting and for more experienced players who prefer control to power.


For a more effective choice of your racket it is important to pay attention to the weight of it. There is no ideal weight because it is dependent on many factors inherent in each racket and also for each player. The shape of the racket, as indicated previously, has enough influence on the feeling of weight, a diamond-shaped racket will always have a feeling of heavier weight than a round-shaped racket. The physical shape of each player will also influence whether you feel comfortable playing with a paddle with more or less weight. Usually women play with weights included between 340g and 360g, and men between 360g and 390g. Despite the great variation in this issue, we can consider the following as the basis:


  • 50-70 kg: 360g-365g
  • 70-80 kg: 370g-375g
  • 80-90 kg: 380g-390g
  • 90-100 kg: + 390g


  • 40-60 kg: 330g-355g
  • 60-70 kg: 360g
  • 70-80 kg: 370g-375g
  • 80-90 kg: 380g
  • + 90 kg: 385g-390g


A tougher racket will allow for greater control of the blow and will have less power. A softer paddle, usually called a “gentle”, will bring greater power but less control. It is important to mention that a racket with a more “soft” core is usually less durable. If you want the racket to have a harder tact, buy one like a high density EVA gum core. On the contrary, if you want something more soft, buy one with a core of gum EVA soft or ultra soft.

Player Features

Knowing your level of play will allow you to make a much better choice. Most racket makers usually catalogue the various ranges of rackets they have available (initiation, intermediate, advanced, professional etc.). However the choice will always be personal at this level, you should always choose the racket that conveys the best feeling within the field.


A smaller, round-weight racket is recommended so that you can handle it easily. The balance should be low and the “sweet spot” to be able to learn how to control the force and direction of the hit more effectively.


  • A round-shaped racket or tear with intermediate weight will be the most recommended in order to find the optimal balance between control and power.


For more experienced players with better physical condition, paddles with a higher weight are usually recommended, in order to achieve greater power in the beat easier without overcharging the arm, especially if Play very regularly. The form will be already at this stage a personal option, and the diamond-shaped rackets will be more suited to players with more offensive predominance, the round-shaped players to more defensive and tear-shaped players.

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