Why should I wear tennis shoes for tennis?
The jogger, while built best for running (and often walking too) can often be a significant detriment if used for sports such as tennis, netball or basketball.
The outsole, or the “tread”. This is the major difference…
The tread of a tennis is shoe is designed to grip tennis courts and allow the player to change directions with a certain degree of surefootedness.
Additionally, tennis players often slide to reach the ball and thus the shoe cannot be too grippy (like a Trail shoe).
In contrast, a jogger has tread that generally quite uniform and made to grip the ground in one direction, forward.
Also you might find a few holes in the upper of your jogger if you wear them on the tennis court!
Read more here https://steppingoutpodiatry.com.au/2023/01/18/tennis-vs-jogger/