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Titas Mikelevičius is a multiple-time Lithuanian tennis champion who practices tennis and padel. Titas plays padel more than 4 years. Titas is a member and captain of padel team of the Lithuanian Padel Federation. Titas about the padel: “Padel gives me the ability to apply tennis tactical knowledge, but padel teaches me more about patience, focus and versatility. I need to predict the opponent’s movements and the trajectory of the balls they hit so I can make the right decisions when bouncing the ball. My dream is to play WPT (World Padel Tour) and now I am contributing to the development and promotion of this game in Lithuania. I am trainning players of all levels, both beginners and those who want to improve in this sport. I am improving my practical knowledge by playing in Lithuania and participating in tournaments abroad: Italy, Spain, Poland. ”
Call : +370 (682) 55 042 (English, Russian)
German Sharkov is a padel trainer, one of the first padel players in Lithuania. He plays padel more than 4 years. German about the padel: “I am interested in padel because it is similar to tennis as I play tennis too. This game is more fun to me because the ball is beaten more times and there is a chance to return the ball to the opponents from the back and side walls. The ball against the walls is often slower, making it easier to control. In this game, I highlight more emphasis on tactics and strategy, unlike in tennis where the absolute highlight is technique. Also, this game is not as physically active as tennis, so it can be played by older people and kids, which is why I often train parents with kids who are equal partners on the court and have fun. ”
Call: +370 (652) 03 002 (Russian)
Artūras Molis is a padel trainer, one of the first padel players in Lithuania. He plays padel more than for 4 years. Artūras about Padel: “I like challenges. The padel is a sport that requires patience because you have to create the situation in order to win. In my opinion, a strong shot is not always important because the opponent can use it against an opponent. So, patience, calmness and foresight are criteria for me are more important in this game. Padel training gives me the opportunity to meet interesting people who surprise me every time and confirm that everyone can play the padel. By training people I realized that the padel does not need exclusive physical data, enough to hit the net and play players at their level. “