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YOROI is the japanese name of the stunning and effective samurai’s armour. With the Yoroi as inspiration we designed our products incorporating scientific elements to their construction, an “X” factor that evolved Yoroi into YOXOI, the performing sportswear for the warrior of the XXI Century. We believe that passionate tennis players are modern time samurai, following their bushido and proficient in the budo.

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YOROI is the japanese name of the stunning and effective samurai’s armour. With the Yoroi as inspiration we designed our products incorporating scientific elements to their construction, an “X” factor that evolved Yoroi into YOXOI, the performing sportswear for the warrior of the XXI Century. We believe that passionate tennis players are modern time samurai, following their bushido and proficient in the budo.

Introducing Yoxoi Brand · Tennis-Prose.com

Astute tennis observers surely noticed the unique attire worn the last couple of years by Alexander Bublik and Daniel Evans. The logo is eye catching but difficult to read. The attire is sharp, clean and most white based. The brand is called Yoxoi, which is based in Japan. The tennis attire is so specialized and distinct, the company even has an eleven parapgraph “manifesto.”

Brands That Sponsor Tennys Sandgren - TENNISFANSITE.COM

Sandgren has a clothing deal with Yoxoi Sports. The company gets its name from Yoroi, the Japanese name for a samurai’s armor. He was previously wearing clothing from the Australian brand, Letour. Prior to signing up with Letour, Sandgren has been seen wearing Fila, Asics, Mizuno and Under Armor, though he has no sponsorship from these companies.

Thirty Leading Tennis Clothing Sponsors & More - Racquet Social

Yonex is one of the few tennis racquet manufacturers who continue to sponsor players’ tennis apparel. Stan Wawrinka wears Yonex outfits. Mizuno. Mizuno is a Japanese company with a history in sporting apparel that dates back to 1906. Philipp Kohlschreiber of Germany sports Mizuno’s tennis apparel on the courts. Asics