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Wow, not a generally good idea. That said, I sometimes play only one side of the court including the doubles alley. That way, there is no sudden change of direction that can lead to injuries.

I would think that any shoes with deep grooves for the water to pass through would be better. Be careful out there.

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I see in this topic there's no reference to "trainers". Anyway, Babolat Propulse 4, as before. Generally, any clay court shoe, since they're stickier and have better traction. That said, not a good idea at all to play in wet conditions. Way too dangerous, plus the balls start bouncing weird.
 

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How about, N/A? Should never play when it's wet.
 
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