Speed Vs Stability: Picking Your Tennis Shoes

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HIGHLIGHTS

• Tennis has undergone a big change in recent years and become much faster

• It’s led to a split between baseline and serve-and-volley players

• Our lightweight shoe is for serve-and-volley players who need to make rapid changes in direction

• And the stability shoe is designed for baseline players who need support

• Mixing your shoe with joint stability exercises is also a good idea


The game of tennis has undergone a radical change over the years. It has become faster, with many players now playing more aggressively and hitting with greater power.

Speed – for a serve-and-volley game

ASICS has responded to these changes and developed a lightweight tennis shoe, specially designed for players who love a rapid change in direction and therefore need both speed and versatility.

The ASICS GEL-SOLUTION SPEED weighs just 331 grams, making it the lightest tennis shoe on the market.

The tennis-specific Impact Guidance System ensures that all components of the shoe work together perfectly on the court. The Propulsion Trusstic system creates a stable platform and assists forward and backward motion in sprinting and jumping. It works by supporting the foot's arch tendon to give more power and help prevent foot fatigue.

Check out the GEL-SOLUTION SPEED
for men
for women

Stability – for a powerful baseline game

Players who value stability and cushioning will find that the ASICS GEL-RESOLUTION is the perfect shoe for them.

This flagship shoe from ASICS has been offering top-performance on the court for many years. It has an excellent fit, and the safety and stability it offers players makes it one of the best-loved tennis shoes in the world.

Thanks to a new, improved upper material, the shoe is even better equipped to cope with the rigorous demands made of it. The new, improved heel design also gives the perfect hold.

Check out the GEL-RESOLUTION 
for men
for women

Improve your joint stability with some simple exercise