Who should buy the ASICS Court FF 2

You'll find this ASICS shoe suitable for you if you're the type of player who:

  • wants a speed shoe that lets you slide and change direction rapidly
  • is particular about having reliable midfoot support
  • opts for light clay court shoes

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Who should NOT buy it 

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ASICS Court FF2  is all about speed and agility

ASICS’ Court FF 2 takes on the same fast feel of the Solution Speed FF combined with the stability attribute of the Gel Resolution 7. Speed is the core component of this clay-court shoe, heavily influenced by Novak Djokovic’s dynamic playing style. He’s the type of tennis athlete who slides a lot and changes direction rapidly. 

Court FF 2 is redesigned to match the needs of quick movers, mainly those who attack from the sidelines to the baseline.

ASICS Court FF 2 novak

The internal sleeve secures the foot

The shoe’s Mono-Sock technology, the same feature used in the previous Court FF, has received many positive reviews for its comfortable fit. Instead of the traditional tongue, this footgear uses a stretchy internal sleeve that keeps the foot in place. It resembles other brands' inner sock construction, which helps stabilize the foot in motion while offering a snug, cradled fit. 

ASICS Court FF 2 internal bootie sleeve

Stability isn't an issue

The Court FF 2 is graced with the Twisstrust technology, a supportive midfoot shank that impresses many players. They say it allows the foot to twist towards the medial side. Such rotation gives the outsole better ground contact, helping the user cut back for the next shot. 

ASICS Court FF 2 arches

It's made to resist lateral twisting 

A reasonable sum of wearers feels that it is laterally stable, which minimizes any rollover. This shoe permits them to stop, slide, and switch directions confidently. Such arch support is neither high nor low, ensuring fast movement and stability during matches. 

ASICS Court FF 2 arch

Allows freedom of movement

Its makeup is inspired by the composition of motorbike tires that bend and yield toward the vehicle’s direction. The grooves are planned out in a way that won’t impede movement.

ASICS Court FF 2 AHAR

It doesn't put weight on the foot

Some users say this shoe is outstandingly comfortable given its minimal weight. The FlyteFoam midsole is meant to deliver ample comfort without sacrificing responsiveness. Such lightweight sponge uses super fibers, which are way more hard-wearing than the standard low-density foam. 

ASICS Court FF 2 gel

Gel units offer spring back 

ASICS Gel pads are fixed in the rearfoot and forefoot sections to help grant comfort. It offers a bounce-back feel that’s not too high off the court so that the player can achieve good ground contact.

ASICS Court FF 2 gel unit

It's got a dependable outsole

According to a substantial number of players, its newly designed outsole offers good ground contact. The proprietary rubber compound called the AHAR is designed to withstand the abrasive nature of different court setups. The front portion of the outsole has a disc under the ball of the foot devised to improve one’s pivots and sudden rotational changes.

ASICS Court FF 2 pivot

Protection against toe drags

Its reinforced toe helps guard this area against repeated foot drags during volleys and serves.

ASICS Court FF 2 toe drag

Facts / Specs

Weight: Men 14.8oz / Women 12.5oz
Shoe Type: Clay Court
Construction: Speed
Material: Synthetic/Mesh upper
BRAND Brand: ASICS
SKUs: 1041A083005 / 1041A083102 / 1041A083400 / 1041A083402 / 1041A083600 / 1042A076021 / 1042A076102 / 1042A076103 / 1042A076300 / 1042A076700

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Author
Brenton Barker
Brenton Barker

Brenton is an Australian with 20 years of experience coaching WTA and ATP professional tennis players, whom have won a total of 10 international professional Tournaments. Brenton holds a Degree in Sports Coaching and was the former Head Tennis Coach at the Japanese Government Sports Science Institute. Brenton was also a former Manager & Head Coach of Australia’s Governing Sporting Body, Tennis Australia, and has been a Dunlop International Advisory Board Member since 2010. Additionally, Brenton was the Head of Player development for World No 7 and two-time Grand Slam Champion Johan Kriek.