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Tennis Ankle Support

Ankle Supports

Tennis players are prone to ankle injuries due to playing on hard surfaces, including Achilles tendonitis, stress fractures, ankle sprains, and strains. Ankle injuries mostly occur due to the multi-directional nature of tennis. Frequent running and jumping can also raise your chances of falling awkwardly and twisting your ankle.

Adjustable & Breathable Neoprene Ankle Brace for Weak Ankles


Treat Your Weak Ankles and Stay Pain Free!

360 Relief Adjustable Ankle Brace is effective to ease pain, swelling and can help manage symptoms of your unstable ankle.

Adjustable Neoprene Ankle Support Brace to Prevent Ankle Pain & Injuries


Prevent, Treat, and Recover!

360 Relief Ankle Support Brace can help in lowering discomfort and speeding up the healing process by offering complete support and protection.

Ankle Stabilizer Brace Support for Injury Protection and Pain Relief


Support and Stabilize Your Weak Ankles with 360 Relief!

360 Relief Ankle Stabilizer Brace can help support your weak ankles, reduce swelling and pain by restricting the unusual movements of the ankle.

Ankle Support Brace with Cushions for Support & Protection


No More Suffering, No More Pain!

360 Relief Ankle Support Brace can help support your ankle and relieve pain and discomfort while working or playing.

Neoprene Ankle Wrap Support for Pain Relief


You deserve to feel better!

Our ankle braces help to enhance performance, reduce pain and increase blood circulation as well as offering support for ankle tendons and joints.

This item is designed to minimize the risk of injuries as well as providing support for ongoing pain.

Stretchable Ankle Support Wrap for Sprained Ankles


Get back on your feet and play again!

360 Relief Ankle Support Wrap can help you to avoid ankle injuries and ease mild to chronic pain with comfort.

Tennis players run from one side to the other on a court while playing and changing their directions quickly to hit the ball. Ankle injuries can be caused by sudden direction changes or frequent stopping and running. If the ligament in your ankle is ripped or torn during a tennis match, you may experience immediate pain and limited mobility. Some people hear the popping sound and immediately lose their balance when standing on the affected foot.
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The swelling of the ankle causes stiffness, which occurs shortly after the sensation of pain. Bruising may take longer to appear, but it will encircle the affected ankle. If your ankle injury is minor, it will heal in a few weeks with rest and icing. If your injury is severe, though, you should rest and use ankle braces and supports to help you recover.

Ankle Support can help boost blood circulation, allowing you to heal from injuries more quickly. If your symptoms don’t improve and appear to be worsening, they are followed by severe pain, swelling, and inflammation. Then it’s best to see a doctor for its cure and faster recovery.

Your doctor or orthopaedic will examine your ankle and may send you for tests such as X-rays and MRIs. Surgery may be required if your ankle injury is severe, such as torn ligaments, ankle fracture, or plantar fasciitis. However, players and their coaches are concerned about the possibility of injury prevention in athletic performance. An ankle brace can support the ankle while allowing you to walk on your foot. Furthermore, the healing process takes 3 to 6 weeks, but it could take longer if the injury is serious.

Whether you’re working or playing, 360 Relief has a range of ankle braces and supports to keep you safe and active. They now come in a wide range of styles, including sport-specific versions. Regardless of design, the objective of these braces is to prevent harm and injury by providing support and protection.

What Causes Ankle Injuries In Tennis?

Ankle injuries in tennis result from overuse and sudden movements. Sometimes, banging or knocking movements may also result in injuries. To prevent the injury, avoid repetitive or strenuous activity, which results in overuse.

What Are Common Ankle Injuries In Tennis?

A tennis player may experience the following injuries on the court:

  • Achilles’ Tendonitis
  • Plantar Fasciitis
  • Calcaneal Apophysitis
  • Peroneal Tendonitis
  • Stress Fracture
  • Ankle Sprain
  • Sesamoiditis
  • Morton’s Neuroma
  • Posterior Tibial Tendonitis
Why Should Tennis Players Wear Ankle Support?

To help manage ankle sprains and ligament injuries, tennis players should wear ankle supports. They help prevent the ankle from excessively rolling inward, which causes ligaments on the outside of the ankle to be damaged.

How To Prevent Ankle Injuries In Tennis?

Wearing supportive footwear and ankle supports can minimize the chance of injury in the ankle. Warming up before and after physical activities and avoiding uneven surfaces during play can also keep you safe from ankle injuries.

Is There Any Side Effect Of Ankle Support?

Ankle supports are the best tools to reduce the risk of injury, but they can restrict the inversion and eversion ranges of motion, resulting in difficulty to change directions rapidly.

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