Level 1.0 is the one that players who have just started playing padel have, who do not have any kind of experience on the court. Then comes level 1.5, which refers to padel players who have already had their first training sessions and know the basic strokes. At this level, the player still has difficulty keeping the ball in play.
At initiation level 2, the player already has the notions of the most important shots in a match. However, he has incomplete rights, lacking in control and power. Level 2 players tend to avoid backhand shots at all costs, because they have a higher degree of difficulty. In addition, players at this level find it difficult to perform volleys and serves.
Finally, in the initiation category there is level 2.5. At this level, players have a better forehand, with moderate power. They begin little by little to dominate the backhand, although still with errors and they manage to err less in the serve, although with little power. At this level, the player begins to dominate the volleys, as long as they are from the forehand and not from the backhand.
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