TAG International X ASICS

ASICS, is the Official Tennis Shoes Partner for TAG International Tennis Academy. ASICS has been well known for its running shoes for decades and is now taking its technology to tennis. Despite arriving later to the tennis shoe industry, their tennis shoes are made to deliver high-quality comfort, performance both on and off the court and with ASICS overall shoe knowledge, it has pushed ASICS to be the top choices for all tennis players. These ASICS tennis shoes come in a variety of designs that cater to the different court surfaces which the game is played on. They have designed tennis shoes that let you play at your best, on any type of court.

Getting the Right Shoe for Tennis

Many of the times, we see people wearing their regular running shoes to play tennis, but there are many good reasons that you should wear proper tennis shoes when playing tennis. Running shoes are specially designed for the forward movement that comes from running or walking for fitness. They usually have higher, soft heels that provide more cushioning to lessen the impact that comes with running. As runners do not turn quickly or make rapid lateral movements so the shoes are not built to support player’s feet during a tennis game or practice. Tennis shoes provide for multi-directional movement, especially lateral (side-to-side) movement. The sole is also designed to prevent stumbling or sliding and the toes are reinforced for quick stops and starts motions. In fact, many injuries can be prevented if you choose a pair of tennis shoes that are built with the right stuff.
As the tennis game has changed rapidly over the years, the speed of the game has become faster and hits are stronger. ASICS has improved and adapting these changes in a tennis game to developed lightweight tennis shoes, specially designed for players who love a rapid change in direction and therefore need both speed and versatility.   

Find your tennis shoes with the right fit, sole and stability. Lateral support and reinforced toecaps makes the difference between an enjoyable game and an injury.

The TAG International Tennis Academy Definitive Guide Series

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This article is part of the TAG Definitive Guide Series which encompasses the best tennis advice available on the internet. If you enjoyed this article, some other interesting tennis instruction articles you may like:

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If you are looking to learn or improve your tennis, you can look to some of Singapore’s best private tennis lessons conducted by the best Singapore tennis coaches from the best tennis academy in Singapore, TAG International Tennis Academy by taking private tennis lessons. We can be contacted at +65 9029 8400, or contact us HERE.

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