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Thread: Tennis shoes for Badminton?
01-18-2013, 04:17 AM #35
01-20-2013, 02:07 AM #36
Of course, I'm just an intermediate level player who plays for recreation. Dunno what the serious players would say about this. (But then, they'd probably not play on concrete at all!)
01-20-2013, 10:21 AM #37
Thanks all for the valuable suggestions.
<quote>There are some great looking badminton shoes on the market</quote>
Thanks for the feedback and have one badminton shoe for playing indoors and it is very good .
<quote>You should get tennis shoes for outdoor (hardcourt) or low cut lightweight basketball shoes.</quote>
Thanks for the valuable suggestions. For the past two days,I moved back from the running shoe to low cut basket ball shoe which I already had. But still, I am experiencing pain in the heel when I try to smash and quickly get back to net for drops. I could easily feel the pressure on my heel when I jump and smash .I am still not comfortable with the shoe but it reduced lot of ankle pain and it is far better than the running shoes.
<quote>Then I switched to playing with a pair of Reebok tennis shoes</quote>
I will surely try tennis shoe as all of you are suggesting. Can you give me any link or model of the Reebok shoe that you are having ?
Are you getting any pain in your ankle or in in your heel while moving fast between the back boundary line and net or while smashing ? Is it heavy ?
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