Highest ranking 43
Height 1.89 m
|Name Osleni Guerrero|
|Born October 18, 1989 (age 26)
Havana, Cuba (1989-10-18) |
Current ranking 56 (MS) (December 3, 2015)
2014 pan am ms quarterfinals osleni guerrero cub vs kevin cordon gua
Osleni Guerrero Velazco (born October 18, 1989 in Havana) is a male Cuban badminton player. He is the first Cuban badminton player to win a medal in the Pan American Games. He won a bronze medal in the men's singles event at the 2015 Pan Am Games, losing the semi-final to Canadian Andrew D'Souza. In the 2011 Pan American Games he made history, reaching the final and a silver Pan Am Games medal for Cuba at badminton for the first time. He eventually lost that final to first seeded Kevin Cordón of Guatemala with 13-21, 19-21.
- 2014 pan am ms quarterfinals osleni guerrero cub vs kevin cordon gua
- E velazquez vs osleni guerrero int mex 2015
- Pan American Games
- Central American and Caribbean Games
- Pan Am Championships
- Pan Am Junior Championships
- BWF International ChallengeSeries
Guerrero competed in 2014 and 2015 BWF World Championships. He is a member of the Cuban national badminton team since 2005. He twice won the continental Pan American Badminton Championship. First in 2013 at Santo Domingo, beating first seeded American Sattawat Pongnairat 17-21, 21-6, 21-16 in a close 51 minutes final. In 2014 at the Markham venue he successfully defended his Pan American badminton title, this time beating another American Bjorn Seguin in another close fought final of 58 minutes with 19-21, 21-14, and 21-13. Osleni Guerrero won many events in the Pan American Badminton circuit.
As a junior player he already won the U19 category at the 2007 Pan Am Junior Badminton Championships held at Puerto Vallarta, Mexico where he surprisingly beat first seed Howard Shu of the USA 21-13, 21-10 in the final.
E velazquez vs osleni guerrero int mex 2015
Pan American Games
Central American and Caribbean Games
Pan Am Championships
Pan Am Junior Championships
BWF International Challenge/Series
Mixed DoublesBWF International Challenge tournament BWF International Series tournament BWF Future Series tournament