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I remember seeing this Japanese-made racquet back in the late ‘70s. At that time, there were two aluminum racquets: T-7500 (gold) and T-8500 (green), both with the Oval Pressed Shaft system (OPS). The OPS construction was a unique-looking design, but its innovative elliptical shape provided strength upon impact.
Yonex introduced the iconic Isometric square-shaped racquet back in the ’80s. That’s when tennis greats, like Billie Jean King and Martina Navratilova, started using Yonex racquets. These days, Yonex sponsors many players on the ATP and WTA tours, including Stan Wawrinka, Nick Kyrgios, and Naomi Osaka.
Setting Itself Apart
The Yonex brand is known for outstanding craftsmanship and a monozukuri approach. Monozukuri, is the essence of Japanese craftsmanship — art and science coming together in a dedication to quality and refinement.
Combining cutting-edge technology and timeless Japanese craftsmanship, Yonex has been offering tennis players innovative gear that has propelled them to victories on the courts for over 60 years. The Yonex philosophy has never changed: “to contribute to the world through innovative technology and the highest quality products.”
Yonex, one of the world’s largest tennis brands, sets itself apart by designing, developing, and manufacturing most of its products in Japan. It costs more, but it ensures consistent results, allowing them to turn out high-quality products that bring pride to the company. For the tennis player, this means a product you can trust.
Osaka & Murakami Create a Limited-Edition EZONE Racquet
Naomi Osaka teamed up with Takashi Murakami to design a new Yonex racquet (and a matching bag). This limited-edition EZONE silhouette racquet sports Osaka’s signature cherry blossom motif on a white background. She’ll be playing with it at the 2021 U.S. Open in New York, August 30th – September 12th.
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