Impossible to say without an exam but generally speaking if you do something structural you would be aware of it at the time, next day more likely to be a wear and tear issue, osteoarthritis or cartilage deterioration.I played out the set mostly without pain or restriction, so I havnt done any ligaments surely?
It just blew/seized up the next day.
If it is still giving you trouble in a day or two it would be worth getting it checked out, weighed against the risk of corona of course.
On the shoes, the type of shoe is the key. A shoe designed for running, cross training etc is designed to grip, whereas a court shoe for netball, tennis, basketball etc gives a little on the court surface which is much kinder on the joints. You would be amazed how much difference it makes.