There is an action called serve left known in the world of pádel. Although it is not very given to see there are players, especially at the initiation level, who use it from time to time to vary their serve a bit and surprise the rival.
What is the service left?
As it says the name tries to perform a slow and with some effect so that the ball makes its pot near the net and force the opponent to move quickly forward.
This type of serve is usually given in order to surprise the opponent although many players dismiss it as disrespectful to the opponent, especially when you are not playing with friends and you do a tournament for example.
Maxi Sánchez surprised Bela in the 2015 Málaga Master
In the end of Beers Victoria Málaga Master celebrated in 2015 we could see how the player Maxi Sánchez he made a service left to Fernando Belasteguín who suffered some cramps and could barely move around the track. The action, as it could not be less, perplexed the rest of the players as well as the public.
In that play the face of Bela it was a poem. He remained quite surprised at the serve of his rival. At times all the players laugh although it is true that both Maxi as Juan they apologize for the action on several occasions. The public, for its part, is divided between the "oooh", the laughter and the beeps.
Bela seems to take a look at someone from outside (the coach of Juan y Maxi...Rodrigo Ovide?) pointing to him as if he were the idea, but always with a smile on his face. Then he asks the public to settle the issue and leave everything as an anecdote.
The regulation says that the serve is totally valid ... but the opinion on it is varied. And you, what do you think about it? Picaresque or lack of respect?