Indian plant-based meat leader GoodDot signs Indian Tennis Player Rohan Bopanna as their ambassador
With the aim of creating awareness about the benefits of plant-based meat, the global Indian athlete will be a key part of GoodDot’s ‘Do Good’ mission
I truly believe in the philosophy that if it’s good for the planet, it’s good for you.
Rohan Bopanna, Tennis player.
GoodDot, the pioneer in the plant-based meat industry in India, has signed up Indian Tennis Player, Rohan Bopanna, as its goodness ambassador. The global Indian athlete will be a key part of GoodDot’s ‘Do Good’ mission of creating awareness about the exciting new category of plant-based meats and enabling people to make healthier and more compassionate food choices. The association will also aim to propagate the message that small changes in lifestyle and food choices can go a long way in making the world a better place.
Commenting on the collaboration, Rohan Bopanna said, “I am excited to partner with GoodDot to create a more compassionate world. I truly believe in the philosophy that if it’s good for the planet, it’s good for you. I have been fortunate to represent my country on the global stage for over two decades now. Amongst other things, it comes down to staying fit, and eating right is the foundation for staying fit to that end. I have started incorporating a more balanced diet by including alternate sources of protein. I believe in Abhishek and his team’s purpose to educate people about the long-term benefits of making compassionate choices and I am looking forward to championing this cause – both on and off the field.”
Rohan Bopanna has been a member of India’s Davis Cup team since 2002 and has a Grand Slam title and four ATP Masters 1000 titles in his long career. The Bangalore-based player is the oldest and the highest-ranked Indian player in Men’s Doubles. The veteran, who is still going strong at 42 years old, has also represented India at the 2012 and 2016 editions of the Olympics. Recently Rohan was a semi-finalist in the 2022 French open doubles.
“We are proud to have Rohan represent GoodDot on a global level. His qualities of hard work, dedication, and a deep commitment to excellence resonate strongly with us”
Abhishek Sinha, Co-Founder, and CEO, GoodDot.
Subject to the tournaments allowing outside logos, Rohan will also be playing with the GoodDot logo this year. Speaking about the association, Abhishek Sinha, Co-Founder, and CEO, GoodDot said, “ We are proud to have Rohan represent GoodDot on a global level. His qualities of hard work, dedication, and a deep commitment to excellence resonate strongly with us. We look forward to this exciting partnership in spreading global awareness about GoodDot”