Guyana’s Top Badminton Player Narayan Ramdhani was again endorsed by the Team Yonex Brand Contract to become their ambassador for the Yonex Corporation USA for 2018.
The signing means that Ramdhani will be exclusively using Yonex rackets, bags, shoes, apparel and accessories.
Yonex USA was very pleased with his Performance in 2017-2018 with Narayan Medaling at every event played on the Canadian Circuit where he is based for the last year and a half.
Among his achievements were:
2-Gold – VCR Jack Under-Hill Open Singles & Doubles 2018
Gold- BC Under-23 Circuit- VRC Remembrance Day Open 2017
Bronze- BC Senior Circuit – Shuttlesport Open in Canada 2017
Bronze- BC Under-23 Championships in Canada 2017
Bronze- BC Senior Circuit 1-VRC Jack Underhill in Canada 2017
Yonex Co., Ltd manufactures golf, tennis, and badminton equipment and offers racquets, shoes, clothing, bags, strings, stringing machines and putters. The company also provides accessories, such as over grips, replacement grips, vibration stoppers, towels and bands, umbrellas, and travel covers. The products are distributed in Europe, Africa, Asia, Oceania, and America. Yonex Co., Ltd was founded in 1946 and is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan.
Yonex has managed to become the dominant corporate player in badminton. Yonex sponsors the All England Open Badminton Championships and is a partner of the Badminton World Federation which organizes the World Championships. Upwards of 80% of competitive players use their racquets, as it is the preferred choice amongst professionals. Yonex is significant in both the tennis and golf industry and is a major sponsor of professional athletes in all three sports.
Narayan is also stepping up his training for the Commonwealth Games which will take place in Gold Coast Australia in April 2018.
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