Like tennis racquets, the right tennis footwear is crucial to your game.
No matter what your level of play, when it comes to buying tennis footwear, before you do anything else, you need to know what to look for in a tennis shoe.
There’s no point buying a pair of cheap tennis shoes if it means that, before long, you'll be paying a visit to your sports physiotherapist to treat an injured lower back or a sore knee caused by inferior tennis shoes.
Believe me, as a former pro on the tour, and now a professional coach who spends up to fifty hours a week on court, I know as well as anybody the importance of having the very best tennis footwear.
The difference between wearing a first class shoe and a mediocre shoe is the difference between
night and day.
I can't stress enough that you just don't want to waste your time and money by saving a few dollars on a pair of shoes that you'll pay for ten times over with the aches and pains that'll come with them.
For that matter, your tennis footwear doesn’t even have to be cheap to be the wrong tennis shoes for you. For example, there’s just no point wearing expensive, designer tennis shoes if they have a narrow fit when wider tennis shoes are much more suited to your foot.
Whether you're buying kids tennis shoes, tennis shoes for women or for men, or any of the range of popular tennis shoes, for the sake of your feet (and the rest of your body, as well as your wallet), check out my tennis footwear tips page before deciding on your next pair of tennis shoes.
After all, if ten minutes of research on tennis footwear is going to help your game, along with preventing unwanted tennis injuries, it'll be well worth the effort.
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