Padel is an upbeat and exciting new racquet sport that is sweeping the world.
Body and Soul Health Club and Spa, a network of health clubs operated by the hotel division of the Thumbay Group, has opened new padel courts in Ajman.
Padel is an upbeat and exciting new racquet sport combining elements of tennis and squash, it is fast-paced, sociable and easy to learn.
Many sports stars like Andy Murray and Lionel Messi are known to be fans of the game.
Body and Soul Health Club and Spa has partnered with Padel Loco and Padel Factory to create a unique sports site.
Mohamed Abdulla Almarzooqi and Harith Mohammed Almarzooqi presented Padel Loco at Body and Soul Health Club and Spa, Ajman.
Almarzooqi said: “The UAE has jumped on the padel tennis craze because this game is truly addicting, dynamic and fun. Most people, whether they are beginners or experienced tennis players, can learn the basics in 30 minutes, then they’re ready for a whole world of fun.
“At Padel Loco, we are delighted to partner with Thumbay Medicity to bring this sport to the Body and Soul Health Club and Spa. We are determined to make it one of the hippest and most impeccable places to play padel.
Imran Ansari, Fitness Club Director, Body & Soul Health Club and Spa, Ajman, said: “The game is great for cardiovascular health as well as neuromuscular fitness because it integrates hand-eye coordination with agility. and endurance. “
The facility was inaugurated on November 13 by Abdul Salam, health club safety supervisor. He received the Principal Guest Honor at the event for his 19 years of service to the Thumbay Group.
Farhad Moideen C, Director of Hospitality and Leisure, Thumbay Group, said: “An employee’s congratulation is part of the rewards and recognition initiative adopted by Thumbay Group. We are proud to have Salam as our main guest as he represents the loyalty, dedication and respect that are hallmarks of our team.
Open to members and non-members alike, the health club currently offers two courts that can be reserved for 120 Dh in off-peak hours or 180 Dh in peak hours from 5 p.m. to 1 a.m.