The Saudi padel coach, Captain Hossam Harbi Nassar, has obtained the second level course for advanced paddle training, which is held in Madrid, Spain, and is approved by the European and American padel federations.
Captain Nassar is considered the first Saudi to obtain a certificate for this advanced course in padel sport, which is held in Madrid. The Saudi Padel Sports Committee has paid double attention to spreading this game in various regions of the Kingdom. In line with Vision 2030 to keep pace with the development of various sports and games within the Kingdom.
The paddle sport in the Kingdom, under the supervision of the Saudi Padel Committee, has come a long way in achieving an advanced position among the countries that are experienced and interested in this sport, which appeared at its beginning in the State of Mexico, to move later to various countries of the world such as Spain, Italy and Argentina, and then to the Arab and Gulf countries, led by the Kingdom.
It is noteworthy that the padel sport is considered a tennis sport, and it differs somewhat from the sport of tennis, as this sport is played in pairs in a closed court that is smaller than tennis courts. With the aim of introducing, improving and developing the sport of padel through high-end facilities that allow fans of the game to practice it at any time during the year.