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Aside from a tennis racketandtennis balls, women's tennis shoes are the most important piece of kit for playing tennis. Tennis shoes will provide you with the durability, stability, and comfort you need on court, while helping to avoid injury. Basic tennis shoes will be fine for occasional players, but if you're playing tennis regularly, more advanced models will have all the latest performance technologies to give players an advantage on court.

DO I NEED LADIES TENNIS SHOES?

If you're new to tennis, you might be wondering if your casual trainers will be OK to play in. When moving across the court, a tennis player uses dynamic movements, and this requires specific shoes designed to offer the right level of support and comfort. Women's running shoes are constructed with a focus on forward movements, and therefore will not be suitable for tennis. A good pair of women's tennis shoes will support the ankle, and provide extra cushioning at the heel.

WOMEN'S TENNIS TRAINERS

There are 3 main types of tennis court: clay, grass, and hard courts, and each surface requires a different type of tennis shoe. Hard court tennis shoes are usually more durable than other types of women's tennis trainers, and will offer good traction on court. They will also have more cushioning to absorb shock from the hard surface.

CHOOSING THE BEST TENNIS SHOES FOR WOMEN

The biggest factor when choosing the best tennis shoes for women is its outsole. Tennis shoes can be categorised by the type of surface the shoe is designed to perform on. You also need to think about the trade-off between stability, weight, and speed. Tennis shoes that offer good durability and stability are often heavier. And lightweight tennis shoes have the advantage of speed.

At Decathlon, we have lots of ladies tennis shoes on sale, so you're sure to find a good deal on your tennis footwear. Looking for shoes for children? Don't forget to take a look at our range of kids' tennis shoes.