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Built for the pros—and you.

Top players wear shoes that help them be the best at their game. Ace your performance in shoes built specifically for your style of play.

Baseline Player

Players who take a more defensive approach need a strong, supportive shoe to protect side-to-side movement. 

When you are a baseline player, you tend to stand a little further back from the baseline and prefer moving side to side and playing powerful shots across the court. This kind of foot movement requires a tennis shoe that is strong and stable

Baseline to Net

All-court players cover more clay and need a fast, flexible shoe that keeps them light on their feet. 

When you are an all-court player, you tend to begin games around the baseline, but like to burst forward to the net, moving back and forth across the court. This kind of play requires a shoe that is extremely lightweight while offering stability in the sole.

Best Of Both

A ‘best of both’ player combines the two playing styles listed above. You tend to play close to the baseline but still rush forward frequently to mix up your play. Famous players, such as Novak Djokovic, encapsulate this style.