So I have been playing racquetball for approximately 15 years and have always suffered from jamming my feet into the front of my shoes. Just a couple of weeks ago I ran into a way to tie your shoes to help prevent the great majority of the jamming. It does feel a little different but mostly because the tips of my toes are not being tortured anymore.
It is called a heel lock (I called it a runner’s lock) on your shoelaces.
You know that extra eyelet at the top of your shoes? It actually has a purpose!
The very top laces will not give at all and will keep the tips of your toes from sliding forward by applying pressure to the front part of your ankle.
I found the best results is to snug the shoe laces all the way up, pull the end of the laces up and then down to your heel a couple of times and then tie as usual.
It does present some challenges to loosening your shoe though!