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Old 09-28-2012, 10:54 PM   #17
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Originally Posted by WildVolley View Post
If you have a slightly wide foot the Yonex will be a good choice. They have good traction and cushioning.

Tennis shoes aren't going to give you ankle support. You're going to need to buy ankle braces for that or wear high top basketball shoes to warn you when you're rolling over.
I agree. I have never rolled an ankle playing tennis. I have used the Vapor line before which must rate as the least supportive shoe out there. Perhaps my movement is not as dynamic as some others? I would have thought the Babolat offers significantly more support than the Vapor.

Re the Yonex I really wanted it to work for me as the construction of the shoe is so solid. i just couldn't get it to fit. maybe an extra half size might help?
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