How we select the best Adidas tennis shoes
- We do the geeky part of scouring and extracting the pros and cons of every Adidas shoe from more than 200,000 reviews.
- We do the exciting but backbreaking part of purchasing and playtesting all the shoes for two straight weeks.
- Utilizing our automated Corescore system, we get to plot every shoe on a scale from 0 to 100.
- Adidas shoes that emerged ahead of the pack based on aggregate reviews and local wear-testing end up among our top picks.
Best Adidas tennis shoes overall for women
Dashing across the court or having to zigzag as you’re given the runaround, the Adidas Barricade will get you where you need to be. With its wrap-around tongue design, the Adidas Barricade is locked onto your feet with no chance of letting go. Combining the tongue design with the reinforced arc to provide amazing bounce-back support, the Adidas Barricade is ready to take over the court. See our full review and facts
The Adidas Adizero Ubersonic is made to conquer extreme cross-court movements and is fast enough to let you respond instantly. Combining all the good things from Ubersonic 2 and 3, this model lives up to the hype. It's one of the premium hard-court tennis shoes from Adidas that's an excellent value for your money. See our full review and facts
Best hard court Adidas tennis shoes for women
Adidas broke the mold and tossed in the head-turning Stycon Laceless Hard Court shoe fitted for players of all levels. Lockdown and lateral stability are assured with the presence of internal support systems and a snugly-woven outer shell. Though it’s heavier than other high-performance hard court trainers, it comes very low to the ground with a highly responsive midsole for enhanced maneuverability. Aggressive movers can also bank on its traction when tackling tough shots. See our full review and facts
Best all court Adidas tennis shoes for women
Adidas SoleMatch Bounce, a reformulated version of the Adidas Classic Barricade Bounce, is still packed with a chock-full of elements that carry out support and durability. Its stability value is close to what the Barricade devotees have become accustomed to. The outrigger and chassis do their work in delivering solid foothold and balance as you chase after the ball. See our full review and facts
Adidas' research and development team continues to redefine tennis footwear to help players achieve their maximum performance. After the release of the one-of-a-kind laceless Stycon, the brand further innovated its fit system by introducing the BOA dial, a mechanical-locking system. Adidas Stycon BOA grants an optimized fit, cinches the foot down securely, and provides support and stability, whether on clay or hard courts. It's equipped with a responsive Bounce midsole to attenuate impact and put together utilizing heavy-duty tread for superior grip. See our full review and facts
Best clay court Adidas tennis shoes for women
Adidas designed the SoleCourt Primeblue with speed-driven players in mind. It may not be the most durable among clay court shoes, but it’s worth a try if comfort and stability are your top considerations. It will help if you take note, too, that it's heavier than the SoleCourt Boost Clay. See our full review and facts
Adidas Solecourt Boost is a breakaway from the top-performing Barricade series. Though it’s quite heavy on the wallet, this updated clay court trainer is full of hallmark features. Like the Barricades, it’s loaded with clay-specific supportive features from its textile upper, down to its grippy sole. See our full review and facts
Best budget Adidas tennis shoes for women
Adidas SoleCourt Boost x Parley gets you covered during prolonged sets, rallies, and clinics with its impressive build. Though it’s slightly heavier than the SoleCourt Boost Clay, this clay-specific kick is fully packed with supportive, durable, and comfy components for longer, uninterrupted play. It may not be the most ventilated kick for red and dirt clay, but its out-of-the-box comfort spells a lot of difference. See our full review and facts
Adidas Stycon Clay's unconventional laceless structure makes it appear like a high-end lifestyle sneaker. But by scrutiny, each angle and section of this clay-oriented trainer will surprise you with its stability, flexibility, and durability properties. Whether you burst towards the net or swing at the baseline, the sock-like upper will hug and secure your foot with its internal elastic bands. See our full review and facts