Ibrahimovic and Pogba give padel a go in Sweden Fernando Belasteguín and Mati Díaz unveiled the Swedish star's new padel club in Stockholm 01/03/2018 En Español World Padel Tour and Adeslas renew their agreement Bela returns with Lima to try and defend their Master title The Vertex Master Final LTD. Edition is here: the official racket of the Estrella Damm Master Final World Padel Tour joins Marta Ortega's 'No children without a smile' campaign Mexico joins the best padel in the world The World Padel Tour cleans up at the Ciudad de la Raqueta awards Marbella: official World Padel Tour venue for the next 3 seasons Álvaro Cepero and Seba Nerone: WPT ambassadors in the French capital The Estrella Damm National Padel Series are born Tickets for the Estrella de Levante Murcia Open 2018 are now on sale TV guide for the Granada Open 2018 The Estrella Damm Padel Tour wants to 'paint the padel world' Padel's presence in Sweden is getting stronger and stronger. The Scandinavian country is also getting swept away by the fever of the fastest growing sport in the world and it includes a stellar name leading the line, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, ahead of the tour's visit to Sweden for its first ever Open.The Manchester United striker opened a padel club in Stockholm, PadelZenter, and did so with the World Padel Tour's stars Fernando Belasteguín and Matías Díaz. The three shared a court with Sofia Arvidsson, who is the director of the Swedish Padel Open which will take place from the 23rd to the 29th of July in Bastad. Ibrahimovic's teammate Paul Pogba also joined the party in a day full of padel and football. Further proof of the growth of padel in Sweden.