One of the fastest growing sports in Europe can now be played in Norfolk after a squash club in Diss built two padel courts.
Padel is described as a cross between tennis and squash - it’s played over a net, like tennis, but the court is surrounded by squash-style walls.
It’s played with a something resembling a giant table tennis bat.
The game started in Mexico in the 1960s, but has become huge in parts of Europe such as Spain where it’s said to be more widely played than regular tennis.
Padel is now poised to make an impact in the UK after British Padel was taken under the wing of the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA).
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Tom Bobbins, owner of Heywood Health and Fitness, said: "Padel tennis is basically and amalgamation between tennis and squash.
"Very much like tennis the ball has to go over the net. Once it goes over the net you either play it or wait for it to come back off the frame of the court and play it back over, so the rally keeps going."