Team NOX, more international than ever. Paddle tennis is going global, and it is no longer rare to see players outside of Spain and Argentina raise their heads and compete professionally. At NOX we know this and we have the best.
Elena Ramírez , is one of the players who has been with the brand the longest. She is always giving her all to achieve her goals. She won't take anything less than the top spot.
Carmen García Pardo is a player who has risen meteorically. She has gone from struggling to making it into the lower ranks to playing up there with the best.
Lorena Rufo, Lorena Rufo is the youngest member of our Team Pro. She is World Champion in teams and in open category in minors. She is only 16 but she's already competing against the world top players in World Padel Tour.
Andrés Britos , the buffalo of Team Nox. He never gives up on a ball. Effort, sacrifice and tons of work make one of the best right hands of the circuit. He’s always fighting to play with the best.
Jose Mª Mouliaa, a player who is the embodiment of the NOX brand, is always working to improve himself every day. The man from Murcia is a staple of the lower ranks and fights to reach the top and play with the best.
Jaime Menéndez, a tireless fighter who seeks to improve every day. Best of luck on this journey together.
The Belgian Babette Wyckaert is one of the latest additions to Team Nox. An absolute champion in her country.
Antonette Anderson, linked to Team NOX for several years. Sweden's best player.
The Frenchman Benjamin Tison is one of the best players in France. Based in Spain to rub shoulders with the best and play all the World Padel Tour tournaments.
The Frenchwoman Lea Godallier is the runner-up in France and has been showing us for two years that work yields results. Seldom is she not playing against the best players in the world.
Nils Skajaa, the best player in Denmark. Absolute champion of his country in 2019.
Esben Hess-Olesen, absolute champion of Denmark along with Nils Skajaa.
The Brazilian Mariana Borges is one of the best in her country and is leading the national rankings.
The young Brazilian Matheus Simonato is making a name for himself in his country and showing that the global status of paddle tennis is a reality.
Maky Prieto es una de las mayores promesas del pádel argentino. Formó parte de la selección de menores argentina desde 2013, cuando debutó, con apenas 12 años, en el mundo que se jugó en Buenos Aires. A partir de ahí no abandonó nunca la celeste y blanca hasta el presente.