The Best Men’s Tennis Shoes For 2020

Published 03/04/2020, 2:06 PM EST

Tennis shoes are one of the most important parts of the gear for any player. In a game that depends so much on your movement, shoes can play a make or break role.


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A perfect tennis shoe allows you to prevent injury/aids performance by helping the foot move more comfortably. Additionally, shoes face very quick wear and tear. In that scenario, finding your best fit in the market becomes very important.

We have it covered for you as we enlist the best tennis shoes that you can go for.


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Which are the best tennis shoes available in the market? 

Here is a list of the best tennis shoes that you can buy before you go out for your next session on the court.

Asics Court FF2

This shoe is the preferred choice of the World no 1 Novak Djokovic and has a mono sock design. The benefits offered by the shoe are that it is highly durable and requires zero break-in time. In fact, a major problem that many players feel with tennis shoes is that they take time in adjusting to their feet. By decreasing this time, this shoe offers great utility.

The shoe weighs approximately 387g. Talking about the price, it is available for USD 140.

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Adidas Adizero Ubersonic 2

This shoe offers a lightweight alternative and is preferred by players who like a light, fast-footed feeling around the tennis court. In fact, it weighs only 352g.

This provides excellent comfort. Additionally, even though the shoes are lightweight, they provide pretty good stability. An obvious benefit of having lesser weight is that it provides excellent speed and efficiency.

The drawbacks include a weird sock construction and no tongue, which makes it difficult for some people to put their foot in. Additionally, some players complain about the laces of the shoe being too thin. These shoes are available for a price of USD 130.

Babolat Jet Mach II

Apart from being an elite racquet manufacturer, Babolat also produces some quality tennis shoes. This particular shoe provides a lightweight but also provide the confidence that your feet won’t be slipping.

Sadly, they aren’t the most durable shoes out there. Additionally, they tend to run small over time. This shoe weighs only 302g.

Yonex Power Cushion Eclipsian

This shoe is a preference of the Swiss veteran Stan Wawrinka. In fact, these are Yonex’s flagship shoes for support, stability and durability. The shoe has a Power Graphite Drive plate to provide the support and stability. However, this also ends up making them rigid and a narrow fit. A consequence of this is that they require a great deal if break in time.

Their benefits include great traction, a stiff upper and a great look. These shoes weigh 355g.

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Air Zoom Vapour X

This is the shoe of choice for Roger Federer. Its light, comfortable and very breathable. They are marketed more as a speedy tennis shoe than as durable. In addition, they have a slick design.

However, they are not ideal for those who require a lot of traction in their shoes. They weigh 366g.


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K Swiss Ultrashot 2

K Swiss shoes are built in a very durable fashion. This is because of the Draguard and the Aosta 7.0 high-density rubber outsole providing a long lasting shoe.


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In fact, this makes the shoe quite heavy at 421g. However, they feel a bit lighter than their weight. This makes them the best alternative for players looking for a stable and locked in feeling, providing a pretty great finish.


Aryan Sharma

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Aryan Sharma is a WWE and Tennis author and editor at EssentiallySports. Being a journalism graduate from Delhi University, he combines his love for creating content with an astute knowledge of almost three eras of professional wrestling. He's also a Roger Federer and Maria Sharapova fan and likes to write on the social impact of these two legends beyond their achievements on the tennis court.