We at RacquetX counted at least six major racquet sports and a few others.
Much of the focus these days has been on the meteoric rise of pickleball in the United States.
Tennis has long been a popular sport in both the U.S. and globally.
But what about squash, badminton, and table tennis (aka ping pong?) And…
Padel is booming in Europe, the Middle East, and Latin America, and is on its way in parts of Asia and Australia. It’s just starting to appear in the U.S. and attracting players, fans, associations, and manufacturers.
We have racquetball, platform tennis, pop tennis, beach tennis, and crossminton.
All of these sports have their roots in a game called “Palm” which was played in debtors’ prisons without any equipment.
Technology is also changing the racquet sports world, as people play online and use digital media to follow the sport and improve their game play.
The $9B+ Opportunity
That’s the amount that comprises the spend just on racquet sports equipment. If you’re a brand, manufacturer, or venue, your opportunity to build a fan and revenue base is huge.
And, if you’re a racquet sports fan, you have more opportunities than ever to play and watch.
The First-Ever Guide to All Racquet Sports — FREE to You
From the origins of each sport to the major brands, associations, and players shaping their future, this 30+ page easy-to-scan e-book will give you insights into the past, present, and future of racquet sports.
The first in a series of RacqueTrend reports from the RacquetX team, this all-in-one guide will entertain, inspire, and compel you to join us live in March 2024 at the first-ever event that makes all these sports come alive. If you…
So take the first step and download the Guide today. Hope to see you in Miami!