THE 'world’s fastest growing racket sports' is set to take off in Cheshire.

Pure Padel has been launched in partnership with Everybody Health & Leisure at Bruntwood SciTech's Alderley Park, the brand's first flagship club in the UK.

Whilst padel first found popularity in Spain, it is quickly becoming Europe’s hottest racket sport as a fun and accessible game, suitable for all abilities and ages.

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Due to the ease of the game, padel is perfect for large groups and families, making it an ideal sport for anyone to try.

Knutsford Guardian: Three enclosed padel courts have openedThree enclosed padel courts have opened (Image: Pure Padel)

Dan Bourne, director of asset management, Bruntwood SciTech said: “We’re really excited to welcome Pure Padel to Alderley Park.

“Padel as a sport is exploding in popularity across the UK, and Cheshire is no exception with local demand high for this exciting new activity.

“We are delighted to introduce an exciting new amenity at the park, providing local residents, visitors and professionals working here on site with the opportunity to play the sport as part of our cutting edge fitness provisions.”

Pure Padel has created three separate enclosed padel courts within the park’s existing health and fitness facility, set in 400 acres of woodland.

A team of first-class coaches who have recently completed some of the most advanced training programmes for the sport in Europe, will be on hand to offer expert tuition.

Sammy Arora, Pure Padel co-founder said: “It's a fantastic location and will serve the immediate demand for padel in the area and help us to build links with the wider community, through our outstanding coaching programme for adults and juniors alike.

"With plans for another two clubs in Cheshire, already at advanced stages, it's also a great springboard to our ambition to build the largest network of Padel Clubs in the UK."

Bookings open this Saturday, October 21.

Kris Sankey, head of business development at Everybody Health and Leisure, said: “This partnership demonstrates our commitment to improving access to sporting opportunities for our members and local communities.

“We recognise that the demand for Padel has grown significantly in recent times and access to playing spaces has become limited.

“This partnership will help service the growing demand and improve access with the introduction of three new padel courts from this October.”