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Namd™

Overpower with heavy drives

With "Namd" graphite's unique flex and fast frame snapback, you can grip the ball and fire-off aggressive, attacking spin.

Namd™

Overpower with heavy drives

Namd stays flexible while conventional graphite stiffens when weight is loaded at fast speeds.
Grip the ball like never before with Namd’s unique flexing properties.

IMPROVED
THROAT DESIGN

Dictate with superior spin

The combination of the new throat design with Namd graphite provides more torque for higher spin potential.

IMPROVED THROAT DESIGN

Dictate with superior spin

Namd and the new shaft structure provide more torque in addition to flexes and produce better gripping of ball.
Easier rotational energy transfer to ball for higher spin potential.

LOCK BOOSTER
SYSTEM

Crush the ball

An improved grommet design promotes string contact for efficient energy transfer and ball crushing power.

PERFORMANCE

Crush the opposition with

Super Ballistic Spin

PLAYERS

STAN WAWRINKA

[SUI]

RACQUET :

To date, Swiss powerhouse Stan Wawrinka (born March 28, 1985) has reached a career-best of World No. 3. Since joining Team Yonex, he’s won three Grand Slams, including the 2014 Australian Open, 2015 French Open and 2016 US Open — defeating the World No. 1 in the final on all three occasions. The Swiss has a total of 16 tour titles with other notable wins including an Olympic Gold Medal in doubles in Beijing, a Masters 1000 and a Davis Cup win for Switzerland in 2014.

STAN WAWRINKA

[SUI]

RACQUET :

Wawrinka considers clay his favorite and best surface. The Swiss is known to have a heavy serve and backhand that supports his powerhouse play style. John McEnroe has said that Wawrinka has one of the most powerful backhands he’s ever seen and “the best one-handed backhand in the game.” Many like to consider Stan the Man as part of the “Big Five,” an expansion of the Big Four which already consists of Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray. Peaking late in his career, The Economist magazine has coined Stan as “Tennis’ Great Latecomer.”

FRANCES TIAFOE

[USA]

RACQUET :

#NextGenATP player Frances Tiafoe Jr. (born January 20, 1998) was the youngest winner of the prestigious Orange Bowl in 2013 at age 15. He has been regarded as one of the most promising young Americans on tour since he turned pro in 2015. The youngster has taken some of the best players head on, most notably he took Roger Federer to five sets in the opening round of the 2017 US Open. Tiafoe has raw, unorthodox groundstrokes but his aggressive, dynamic play style makes him one of the most entertaining players to watch on tour.
Tiafoe set a few new records on the way to his first tour title at Delray Beach in 2018. Namely, he became the first wild card recipient to win the title in its 26-year history, and the youngest American to win a title since Andy Roddick in 1992 at just 20 years old.

HYEON CHUNG

[KOR]

RACQUET :

21-year-old Hyeon Chung (born May 19, 1996) is the reigning Next Gen Finals champion. At World No. 29 he is currently the highest ranked South Korean in history. As an unseeded player at the 2018 Australian Open, he became the first Korean player to reach a Grand Slam semifinal, defeating two Top 10 players along the way; one of which was 6-time Australian Open Champion Novak Djokovic. With a quick, explosive all-court game, Chung is one of the best movers on court, which combined with his stamina, he uses to grind down his opponents.