10 Best Junior Tennis Shoes

Updated on: October 2022

Best Junior Tennis Shoes in 2022


adidas Boy's CourtJam Basketball Shoe, Glow Blue/White/Silver Metallic, 6 Medium US Big Kid

adidas Boy's CourtJam Basketball Shoe, Glow Blue/White/Silver Metallic, 6 Medium US Big Kid
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2022

ASICS Kid's Gel-Resolution 7 GS Tennis Shoes, 5M, MID Grey/Black/White

ASICS Kid's Gel-Resolution 7 GS Tennis Shoes, 5M, MID Grey/Black/White
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2022
  • Flexion Fit Upper - Proprietary upper which provides form fitting comfort without sacrificing support.
  • Rearfoot GEL technology cushioning system - Attenuates shock during impact phase and allows for a smooth transition to midstance.
  • PGuard Toe Protector - Enhanced toe durability.

Babolat Kid's Propulse All Court Tennis Shoes, Blue/Grey (4 US)

Babolat Kid's Propulse All Court Tennis Shoes, Blue/Grey (4 US)
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2022
  • With inspiration from the Propulse Fury, the Babolat Propulse All Court Junior tennis shoes are engineered to boost speed while providing a strong and stable base.
  • Upper: TI-Fit provides strategically positioned support in the heel, instep and forefoot for precise, sure footing and comfortable flexing and bending of the foot.
  • Midsole: Kompressor System delivers high-performance shock absorption. OrthoLite memory-shaped insole offers instant comfort that lasts.
  • Outsole: Non-marking Michelin Performance outsole is designed with a specific thickness and rubber makeup for traction and durability.

adidas Unisex-Kid's Adizero Club Tennis Shoe, Black/White/Grey, 4 M US Big Kid

adidas Unisex-Kid's Adizero Club Tennis Shoe, Black/White/Grey, 4 M US Big Kid
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2022
  • Lightweight, breathable tennis shoes for the court
  • Regular fit; Lace closure; Sock-like construction hugs the foot
  • Textile upper for durability
  • Injection-molded EVA midsole for lightweight cushioning
  • Adiwear outsole offers the ultimate in high-wear durability

New Balance Girls 996v3 Hard Court Running Shoe, Pigment/Multi, 7 M US Big Kid

New Balance Girls 996v3 Hard Court Running Shoe, Pigment/Multi, 7 M US Big Kid
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2022
  • Imported
  • Rubber

adidas Unisex-Kid's Solecourt, Black/Yellow/Shock red, 4 M US Big Kid

adidas Unisex-Kid's Solecourt, Black/Yellow/Shock red, 4 M US Big Kid
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2022
  • Regular fit; Lace closure
  • Lightweight textile upper offers flexibility
  • Adiprene+ in the forefoot maintains propulsion and efficiency; Torsion System between the heel and forefoot for a stable ride
  • Adiwear outsole offers the ultimate in high-wear durability
  • Sock-like construction hugs the foot

Babolat Junior Propulse All Court Tennis Shoes, Geraldine/Blue (US Kids Size 5.5)

Babolat Junior Propulse All Court Tennis Shoes, Geraldine/Blue (US Kids Size 5.5)
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2022
  • Array

Babolat Jet All Court (Pink/Black) Junior Tennis Shoes (3.5)

Babolat Jet All Court (Pink/Black) Junior Tennis Shoes (3.5)
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2022
  • QUICKNESS AND SUPPORT...IT GETS LIGHTER, YOU GET FASTER
  • With Matryx textile developments (zone-woven ultra-durable Kevlar and polyamide fibers), the Matryx 2.0 fabric that forms the Jet Mach II upper has been reinforced with 4 rigid fiber straps (“Stability Arch” system). Result: even more stability and support
  • A new shock absorption system : In tennis, players feet hit the ground with a specific angle, so Babolat have developed a heel cushioning to match the specificity of the game.
  • KPRS-X is an EVA pad made of high quality foam with a specific shape and place to better protect the heel and the foot.
  • Michelin sole specific stud’s are built to optimize the stability of the foot for lateral movements made with the specific Michelin compound.

K-Swiss Juniors` Hypercourt Express Tennis Shoes Pastel and Black (3.5)

K-Swiss Juniors` Hypercourt Express Tennis Shoes Pastel and Black (3.5)
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2022
  • Array

ASICS Kid's Gel-Game 7 GS Tennis Shoes, 5M, Laser Pink/White

ASICS Kid's Gel-Game 7 GS Tennis Shoes, 5M, Laser Pink/White
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2022
  • Forefoot GEL Cushioning System (COURT) - Attenuates shock during impact phase.
  • Removable Sockliner - A sockliner which can be removed to accommodate a medical orthotic.
  • Ortholite Sockliner - Moisture management (Ortholite is a registered trademark of ATP Manufacturing LLC).
  • EVA Midsole -

Strengthening Your Tennis Serve

Tips for improving your serve and controlling points. A few hints for players of any level to hit an accurate tennis serve and enhance the playing experience.

Use the same routine before every serve. Taking deep breaths or bouncing the ball on the ground the same number of times helps keep the mind clear and sets a service routine that will be easier to reenact. Never rush into a first or second serve especially if the preceding shot was poorly played or an unforced error.

Develop a consistent toss with a steady release point. As your non-dominant hand releases the ball keep the arm in the air pointing to the lofted ball until you begin the stroke motion with the other hand. Dropping the arm to soon will cause the shoulder to drop and force the ball low resulting in serves in the net.

Adjust your toss if it is inconsistent. A toss too far out in front of you causes serves to fall in the net while a toss that is too far behind you will force the serve long. If the toss feels wrong don't serve. Simply let it drop and try again.

Keep your arm and wrist relaxed. Much of the power and spin in a serve comes from the rotation of the wrist. Tight muscles and a stiff arm will limit the your ability to control and pace the serve. Reach high with a loose arm and hit up on the ball.

Use a similar stroke for both the first and second serve. The first serve generally is hit for power and placing more spin on the ball by using wrist rotation alters the second serve. Brushing across the back of the ball puts more jump or kick on the ball causing it to bounce higher when it hits the service box.

Visualize where the serve is going as part of the service routine. To hit the ball down the middle stand closer to the hash mark in the middle of the baseline. For a wide serve stand closer to the doubles alley.

Have fun and practice, practice, practice. Using small cones in the service box can help with accuracy and consistency. Always warm up slowly and hit the first few serves with less pace and with an emphasis on the serve ritual. Good luck!

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