Padel Player Rating System

How Does the LTA Padel Ranking System Work?

The LTA has designed the following rating system to help standardise levels of play, across both amateur and professional players. However, padel clubs across the UK use a variety of systems to organise games and competitions so it is encouraged that they all adhere to the same rating system.
To receive a rating, you will need to become a member of LTA Padel which will then allow you to request a rating from your local affiliated coach.

Rating: 1.0

Division: C

The player has no experience and is just starting to play.

Rating: 2.0

Division: C

The player is consistent at a low pace.

Rating: 2.5

Division: C

The player is consistent at a medium pace, however shots lack direction.

Rating: 3.0

Division: C

The player is building confidence at a medium pace and is consistent at a medium pace.

Rating: 3.5

Division: B

The player has control and pace. Previous raquet skills generally fall into this category.

Rating: 4.0

Division: B

The player has experience constructing padel points and is generally a consistent player.

Rating: 4.5

Division: B

The player is resourceful – Executing winners and the ability to force errors.

Rating: 5.0

Division: B

The player has experience competing at a tournament level.

Rating: 5.5

Division: B

The is a top nationally ranked player regularly competing at a high tournament level.

Rating: 6.0

Division: A

The is a semi-professional player with a World ranking outside the World’s top 250.

Rating: 6.5

Division: A

The is a professional player ranked inside the World’s top 250.

Rating: 7.0

Division: A

The is a professional player ranked inside the World’s top 100.

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