Stefanos Tsitsipas currently wears the Adidas Solecourt Boost shoes on the court. Tsitsipas has a sponsorship deal with Adidas. So he also wears Adidas apparel.
As one of the young rising stars, Tsitsipas features prominently in many Adidas promotions. With a strong following on social media, he is one of tennis’ most effective social media influencers.
Tsitsipas has yet to win a grand slam but he reached the finals at the 2021 French Open where he lost to Novak Djokovic. He has also reached the semifinals at the Australian Open multiple times. Many expect that it is only a matter of time before Tsitsipas wins a grand slam title.
Stefanos Tsitsipas Wears Solecourt Boost Shoes
Solecourt Boost shoes are super comfortable shoes and provide good stability. The shoes offer good traction on the court. They are durable and will last you a long time.
The cushioning in the midsole and the memory foam-like material around the ankle collar gives you a comfortable fit.
The shoe uppers are made of lightweight material and are breathable. So these shoes are ideal if you play in hot weather.
In 2019, Tsitsipas got in trouble with fellow players on the court for frequently breaking laces and having to change shoes in the middle of the game. Benoit Paire and Nick Kyrgios have accused him of gamesmanship.
To help Tsitsipas, Adidad introduced “laceless” shoes. Though they are called “laceless”, in fact, it does include laces.
The new shoes use BOA dial laces, which give athletes better control in adjusting the amount of space needed for the foot inside the shoe.
New Tsitsipas shoes’ BOA dial laces run underneath an outer layer and hence aren’t prone to being scraped off. Athletes can twist the dial below and the lace tightens or loosens.