The ambition to improve both mentally and physically is a daily challenge on the track. Padel combines universal values ​​of improvement and effort and combines them with principles of friendship and fun.

No two players are the same, that's why, at Babolat, they offer specific solutions to joint needs. Thus, they have defined two styles of players: dynamic player and pivot player. The first of them fast and versatile, the second patient and thoughtful.

They too, who are eager to add points to their score, attack in the same way on the carpet. The technical attackers are controllers and tacticians and their weapons to defeat the rival are their vipers and shots. Those who take their feet off the ground at the height of the net are called air attackers and, as can be guessed, they fly over the track. Babolat distinguishes a third type of player, counter attackers. The latter are cunning and patient, until they can sentence the opponent with an r.


Babolat Jet Premura

The bond between Babolat and padel is evident from head to toe. And starting from the feet, the French brand was the first to design shoes exclusively for padel. The brand had already done something similar in 2002 when it created the first 100% Padel footwear.

Babolat's expertise in the world of racket sports is evident in each of its products. For players of any level, there are Babolat shoes available. Grip, agility, comfort, breathability, and lightness are always present features in their footwear.

Padel rackets

What would a player be without their most important tool: the racket. With it, effort, technique, and sharpness find their result. To achieve the best points, Babolat offers three ranges of rackets: Viper, Veron, and Vertuo.

Babolat has a padel racket for every player. Through research and innovation, the French brand has developed padel rackets for all types of players. The Babolat team has three lines of rackets: Air, Technical, and Counter.

Aerial attacking players find the Air rackets to be a perfect ally. On the other hand, more technical players turn to the Technical line to surprise their opponents with pinpoint power. And when counterattacking is a player's specialty, there's only one option: the Counter rackets.

Among the women's rackets, the Dyna and Stima lines reign supreme. The Dyna rackets condensed all the power of a racket while respecting its comfort and lightness. On the other hand, the Stima rackets preserve the effortless lightness, comfort, and power that every female player seeks.

Players like Juan Lebrón, Virginia Riera, or Fernando Poggi trust a brand synonymous with precision and power. And how do they achieve it? By relying on Babolat's technology, demonstrated by the incorporation of 3D Spin+ (surface reliefs), Holes Pattern System (optimization of hole distribution and size), Hybrid.


Small details are what truly make us great. Playing with two grips, with a grip and overgrip, with a single grip... One player, one combination, and one common factor: Babolat accessories.

Babolat grips and overgrips make a difference in the game. So do their balls. Made with braided felt, they offer great durability and resistance. Additionally, Babolat padel balls have been approved by the International Padel Federation and are the official ball of the APT Padel Tour.

And to complete the total equipment with Babolat, the brand offers socks, visors, wristbands, and padel bags that become essential accessories in any padel match or trip.

Professional Padel Players

Juan Lebrón is nicknamed "the wolf" for his fierceness and cunning on the court, qualities that made him the first Spanish player to achieve the world number one ranking. His passion began at a very young age when he watched his father play padel with his friends. With a padel racket in hand, Juan Lebrón's childhood and adulthood were filled with titles. In 2016, a year before moving to Madrid, the enduring partnership between Juan Lebrón and Babolat was formalized.

2019 is marked in Lebrón's calendar as a historic date in his career. That year, alongside Paquito Navarro, he became the first Spanish player to reach the number 1 ranking on the World Padel Tour with his Babolat racket. Currently, he plays alongside Ale Galán, with whom he shares the leadership of the circuit.

Padel completely changed Miguel Semmler's professional trajectory. The player from Madrid had dedicated half of his life to Padel, but the lack of competitive results forced him to reconsider his career. In 2021, he was named the Breakthrough Player, an accolade that didn't escape Babolat's notice, and they began sponsoring him after his impressive performance on the circuit. The right-handed player promises to be one of the great revelations in padel in the coming years, alongside his current playing partner, Iván Ramírez.

The Argentinian player, born on 09/27/1988, already knows what it's like to win a final on the Professional Circuit. This victory came alongside her regular partner, Patty Llaguno, but for a while, she also shared the court with Sofia Araújo. Virginia Riera's dream was to pursue a professional padel career, and for that, she decided to move to Spain. Finally, after a great season in 2021 with a victory at the Vigo Open and three other finals, in 2022, the Argentinian joined the French brand Babolat.

A professional padel player from Zaragoza, currently residing in Palma de Mallorca. The recent collaboration between Babolat and the Zaragozan is a sign of a future investment in what could become one of the best female Spanish players. In 2021, she achieved third place, alongside the rest of the Balearic Islands Padel Federation, in the Spanish Regional Team Championship for the 1st category. Additionally, since late 2021, she has managed to qualify for some of the final brackets in the circuit. The left-handed player trains at the Rafa Nadal Academy by Movistar, and her progress hints at a successful career with Babolat by her side.

Rafa Nadal Academy

Rafa Nadal and Babolat. Two success stories unable to be understood without each other.

Both have grown around family values, circles of loyalty, and a culture of effort.

The Rafa Nadal Academy is not just a mere academy; it's a philosophy of play. The Academy aims to enhance the performance of each player without forgetting the academic education of each member. It doesn't just mold athletes; it shapes individuals.

The values of effort, discipline, honesty, and self-improvement that have made Rafa Nadal a winner are also ingrained in the academy's programs, which include technique, strategy, physical and mental preparation, and nutrition.

Recently, the sports center has also introduced the discipline of padel. Its facilities include seven outdoor and six indoor courts. With an eye on the future, the Rafa Nadal Academy launched a project in 2022 focused on one of the most promising sports in the coming years. In the same year, for the first time, the Academy hosted an official competition of the World Padel Tour circuit.