A Series of World No.1s
In 1990, Navratilova claimed her 9th Wimbledon title with the widebody RQ-180 and in 1991, Monica Seles became the youngest female player to achieve a World No.1 Ranking.
Borrowing from Yonex’s own signature square-shaped tennis racquet frame, the first ISOMETRIC™ badminton racquet in history launched in 1992.
In 1995, to further push the limits of graphite innovation, Yonex began manufacturing snowboards.
In 1996, Martina Hingis gained prominence as the youngest major champion in history at 15 years old and continued on with a legendary career with Yonex gear.
In 1998, Yonex revamped its logo to the current YY Yonex logo.
In 1999, Yonex begins hosting the YONEX Ladies Open, a LPGA Japan Tour event (Ladies Professional Golfers' Association of Japan) at the Yonex Country Club.