The Mottingham recreation center now has padel courts installed by Andy Murray’s company.

Residents of Mottingham's Coldharbour Leisure Centre may now play the growing sport of padel, which blends badminton, squash, and tennis, thanks to the opening of courts by Andy Murray's company, Game4Padel.

Andy Murray Playing Padel

Now that padel, a fast growing sport, has courts at the Coldharbour Leisure Centre thanks to funding from Andy Murray’s company, Mottingham residents may give it a go.

The doubles game combines elements of badminton, squash, and tennis on a smaller court with a lighter ball. Among individuals who play the sport are tennis players Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic, as well as Roger Federer, Martina Hingis, and Maria Sharapova.

Among the investors in Game4Padel are Murray and his brother Jamie. Better, the borough’s entertainment provider, has teamed up with Game4Padel to open the first facility in the center on Chapel Farm Road.

Better already runs padel courts at the south London Crystal Palace National Sports Centre, and it intends to construct more as its popularity grows.

Game4Padel is offering free trial sessions on both courts during an open weekend later in the summer, and reservations booked by June 16 will receive a 50% discount from the center.

Andy Murray in 2024

Andy Murray

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37 year old
2024 Highlights

Ranked no.77, Murray played his last match on the 24th of March when he lost to world no.45 Tomas Machac 5-7 7-5 7-6(5) in the 3rd round in Miami (draw).

Currently, during this year Murray has managed to achieve a composed 5-8 win-loss record.

Andy Murray will take on the world no.219 Kyrian Jacquet in the 1st round on Wednesday at 8:00 pm on CENTRAL COTE OUEST AGENCY. In the past, they have never competed against each other till now in top events.

The Brit won 46 titles in his career: 20 on hard courts, 3 on clay courts, 14 on indoor courts, 1 on carpet courts and 8 on grass courts. (See the list of his titles)

Murray's Record