Acenta Padel Tour is a  tournament for all.
Where the elite plays for glory , amateurs play for fun and all play for the love of the game.

We want to create a enviroment where passion, joy and excitment is key. This season we grow, from Norway to Scandinavia, with competitions in Denmark and Sweden as well.

Schedule 2024

  1. 9-11 February – APT#1  Fredrikstad
  2. 8-10 March – APT#2  Stavanger
  3. 5- 7 April  – APT#3 Göteborg, Sweden
  4. 10-12 May – APT#4  Kristiansand
  5. 23-25 August – APT#5 Bergen
  6. 6 – 8 September – APT#6 Trondheim
  7. 4-6 October – APT#7 Copenhagen, Denmark
  8. 8-10 November – MASTER FINAL Oslo

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SPONSORS

For us, it is important that all participants, regardless of experience and level, will have the ultimate padel experience. Therefore, there will be group matches in all classes, ensuring a minimum of 3 games*. All players will receive well-filled goodie bags, in addition to the opportunity to compete for fantastic prizes provided by our sponsors. Throughout each tournament, we will also randomly select some lucky winners of padel equipment among both players and spectators.

RULES & CLASSES

TOURNAMENT RULES

● Groups of 4 teams in all classes*

● Team #1 and #2 in each group goes to playoff

● All matchers are played with 2 full sets, and if needed a match tiebreak to 10 in third set.

● The finals of A-divison is played in 3 full sets, with golden point**.

● Golden point is played at 40-40 in all classes

● New balls every third match in group stage, in play off it’s new balls in all matches. 

*Provided that the classes are filled.

**Deciding point. Receiving team choses who serves. In general ladies serves to ladies and men to men in the mix class.

CLASSES

Level 7 – Experienced:
Can defend effectively and turn the game against the opponent when the opportunity arises. Has control over volleys and the ability to construct points and hit winning shots. Performs specific padel exercises to improve the level.

Level 8 – Advanced/Experienced:
Masters the tactical and technical aspects of the game, able to read and apply various tactical elements depending on the opponent. Ranks among the best players in their club.

Level 5 – Intermediate:
Has been playing padel for a few years and is proficient in getting the ball over the net with reasonable power. Serves may still vary, and unforced errors still occur frequently

Level 6 – Advanced/Intermediate:
Has the same skills as level 5 and has started to master advanced shots such as the smash, bandeja, and vibora. Gaining control over the balls and able to vary the pace.

Level 3 – Advanced/Beginner:
Has a basic understanding of padel but still feels uncertain in groundstrokes and struggles with using the walls.

Level 4 – Average:
Has been playing for a while and has a good understanding of the fundamental principles. Can increase the pace of the game but still makes unnecessary errors.

Level 7 – Experienced:
Can defend effectively and turn the game against the opponent when the opportunity arises. Has control over volleys and the ability to construct points and hit winning shots. Performs specific padel exercises to improve the level.

Level 8 – Advanced/Experienced:
Masters the tactical and technical aspects of the game, able to read and apply various tactical elements depending on the opponent. Ranks among the best players in their club.

Level 5 – Intermediate:
Has been playing padel for a few years and is proficient in getting the ball over the net with reasonable power. Serves may still vary, and unforced errors still occur frequently

Level 6 – Advanced/Intermediate:
Has the same skills as level 5 and has started to master advanced shots such as the smash, bandeja, and vibora. Gaining control over the balls and able to vary the pace.

Level 3 – Advanced/Beginner:
Has a basic understanding of padel but still feels uncertain in groundstrokes and struggles with using the walls.

Level 4 – Average:
Has been playing for a while and has a good understanding of the fundamental principles. Can increase the pace of the game but still makes unnecessary errors.

See Level A-B Class for description.

Level 3 – Advanced/Beginner:
Has a basic understanding of padel but still feels uncertain in groundstrokes and struggles with using the walls.

Level 4 – Average:
Has been playing for a while and has a good understanding of the fundamental principles. Can increase the pace of the game but still makes unnecessary errors.

Sponsor

It is still possible to join the team!

As a sponsor in the tournaments, you will receive massive visibility on social media, especially through Team Acenta’s active players, coaches, and ambassadors, who share posts before, during, and after the tournaments.

Would you like to know more?
Contact:

Carsten Johansen
carsten@acenta.no
+47 924 322 11

Tobias Fremstad
tobias@acenta.no
+47 932 91 953

Petter Skimmeland
petter@acenta.no
+47 414 94 200