Different assessment systems and levels
Levels are not about how many times or hours you have played padel, it is about how you handle the game, as in ant other sport.
In Nerja there are local categories 1-5 where 1 is elite and 5 are beginners, in other parts of Spain they have the same system but where 5 is elite and 1 beginner. In Holland 9 is beginner and 0 is the best player.
The systems thus differs depending on where you play. In Nerja Padel Training, you are assigned your level by how you play.
About 100 players in Nerja Padel Club belong play at level 5, which is the "average" in this club, a lower average compared to the Spanish local club in Nerja.
Nerja Padel's differences in levels are explained below, it is a finger pointing, that can be used when you communicate and look for games in the WhatsApp group. I make an evaluation of the first training based on my system.
I'm also the only one who's seen you all play, and therefore I know the group's average.
Beginner (1-3 in the group, category 5 in Nerja)
Exerciser (4 in the group, category 5 in Nerja)
Average player (5 in the group, category 4 in Nerja)
Advanced player (6 in the group, category 4 in Nerja)
can play 2 hours match without problems
knows all movements to defend the double wall
planning a few shots ahead, playing with a strategy
always communicates with his partner
can block a smash from the back wall
can vary his serve, position and power
knocks the ball out from 4 meters at the right time
Skilled (7 in the group, category 3 in Nerja)
Expert (8 in the group, category 2 in Nerja)