Tennis Shoes - How to Choose & Why to Buy!
Introduction to Tennis Shoes
Playing in the correct pair of tennis shoes will make a world of difference on the court. With frequent starts and stops, your tennis game depends on your ability to be nimble and light on your feet. Tennis shoes are typically flatter than your average athletic shoe and are designed for quick explosive movement along with lateral bolts to help you keep an edge on your competition.
Court Surface TypeHard Court (Concrete)Tennis shoes for hard courts will have more durability. Usually these models will have uppers made of leather or vinyl.Soft Court (Grass or Clay)Tennis shoes for soft courts, such as grass or clay courts, will have soles that won't be damaging to the court. The traction elements on the bottom of these tennis shoe will be closer together, eliminating the chance of getting dirt stuck in between causing the player to slip on the court.