Universal DesignFits both left and right feet of all shapes and sizes
Dynamic StabilityKeeps ankle joints stable and safe during activities
BioMemory™ MaterialReturns to original shape with every movement
Enhanced PerformanceStores and releases energy for an extra boost
Elastomeric BootStretches under tension and offers a snug fit
Low ProfileFits inside shoes and cleats without any hassle
BreathablePerforated boot to keep the foot cool and sweat-free
Adjustable SupportAdd or remove stirrups as per your support needs
EASY ON, EASY OFF
Our simple velcro strapping system allows you to adjust your fit on the fly. No more knots or spaghetti laces.
The perfect balance between support and mobility. BioMemoryTM material keeps you protected while staying active
A single brace for each stage of recovery. Add or remove the padded inserts depend-ing on the level of support you need
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FAQs about Ankle Brace for Tennis
Why Do Tennis Players Tape Their Ankles?
Tennis players, as well as other athletes, prefer to tape their ankles to reduce the risk of ankle sprains and injury during their respective games. Ankle taping is believed to increase the body’s ability to sense unusual and potentially dangerous positions of the ankle and avoid them. However, while ankle taping has some benefits, it remains effective only for the first 15 minutes. Ankle braces are much more versatile and effective in the same situations.
Will Wearing an Ankle Brace Every Time I Play Tennis Weaken My Ankle?
Wearing an ankle brace every time you play tennis does not necessarily weaken your ankle. It depends completely on the type of ankle brace you are wearing during the game of tennis. The lace-up brace is believed to restrict an ankle’s natural range of motion, weakening its muscles. However, there is no evidence to prove this theory. The braces with adjustable hinges do not have such an issue.
Is it Recommended to Wear Ankle Braces on Both Ankles in Tennis?
Tennis players often wear ankle braces during the game to prevent ankle sprains and other acute ankle injuries. If you are worried about sustaining an ankle injury during a tennis match, you may wear braces on both ankles. However, if you have sustained an ankle sprain or injury and want to keep your ankle safe while recovering, wearing an ankle brace on the affected ankle is good enough.
Will an Ankle Brace Fit Under Standard Tennis Shoes?
If you are going for a traditional ankle brace, it may not fit under standard tennis shoes. However, the tennis ankle brace from Vero Ankle™ has a low profile, allowing it to be worn underneath tennis shoes without any hassle. These braces also have removable inserts, which can reduce the size of the braces so that you can wear shoes over them more easily.