Home is where your padel is.
Tasty is about passionate people loving padel and sharing their journey. Here you can find the people behind Tasty. Home is where our padel is, and we are happy to develop Tasty Academy and run camps in any country or continent! Please follow our Instagram if you wonder where we are currently setting a foot.
The beef in the burger. The tortilla in the tacos. The vibora in your overheads. Without this Mexican workforce our Tasty team would be nothing. Straight out of The City, he has travelled the world with different rackets in his hands. For more than 10 years it has been the padel one. Believes in the Argentinian style, makes you do push ups, swears in Spanish and cares about his players to the heart.
Behind every successful team, there is a brain behind the scenes. If she can do it, so can you. This gem started from holding the racket like a frying pan to slicing the ball so you need a shovel to dig it from the turf. To teach the easy way, you have to learn yourself the hard way. As a double master engineer she loves rules, concepts, patterns and we are all crazy about them in Tasty. Love & K.I.S.S’s. (Keep It Simple Shots)
We can’t say we know everything, but being involved with padel for more than 10 years in different continents, we can say we know a lot!
Do you own a club or want to open one?
It’s exciting to help clubs to get started, build structured training plans and a padel community. Our tasty staff and coaches are ready to work hand in hand with you.
Are you a professional or want to become one?
We can manage your padel career and choices by guiding your trainings, sponsors deals and competition agenda.
For any business inquiries please don’t hesitate to contact us!
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