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PLACES NEAR Boca Raton, FL WITH paddle tennis courts. West Boca (0 miles) Boca Raton Beach (0 miles) Deerfield Beach (5 miles) Yamato (6 miles) Delray (11 miles) Delray Beach (11 miles) Pompano Beach (14 miles)
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Platform Tennis, also known as "paddle", combines the best elements of tennis, racquetball, and squash, and is the only racquet sport played outdoors in the winter elements. The courts are lit at night, which makes paddle the ideal sport for working adults.
A Paddle court requires about 1/3 of the space (200 square meters) compared to a tennis court (648 square meters). It is a very profitable investment – in fact it is the sport that has had the highest growth rate for the number of members and players over the past 5 years.
Paddle tennis (Rebranded as Pop Tennis in 2015) is a game adapted from tennis and played for over a century. Compared to tennis, the court is smaller and has no doubles lanes, and the net is lower. Paddle tennis is played with a solid paddle as opposed to a strung racquet, and a depressurized tennis ball is used.