Alizé Lim

French player Alizé Lim has revealed her new Le Coq Sportif match outfits, she designed in cooperation with the brand’s textile design team. The capsule collection is made in France and available as a limited edition of 50 per item exclusively at

Alizé Lim x Le Coq Sportif capsule collection
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Richard Gasquet Roland Garros outfit

Richard Gasquet switched from Lacoste to Le Coq Sportif in January. Here is a look at Richard Roland Garros outfit:


Check out some pictures of Gasquet at practice at Roland Garros last week and follow our Roland Garros 2014 coverage.

Richard Gasquet

Richard Gasquet switched from Lacoste to Le Coq Sportif earlier this year. Gasquet’s outfit is now on sale on Le Coq Sportif e-shop.

Richard Gasquet Le Coq Sportif

Envisioned and designed in Le Coq Sportif’s Paris offices, Gasquet’s tennis outfits are exclusive to him and have been made in France at brand’s workshop in Romilly-sur-Seine. A thin border in blue, white and red is a stylish nod to Gasquet’s ranking as the #1 tennis player in France.

Check out this video showing the manufacturing of Richard’s outfit.

Le Coq Sportif Noah Comp

It seems 2014 will be the year of the retro tennis shoe renaissance with the return of the adidas Stan Smith and Nike Agassi lineup. Following the trend, Le Coq Sportif reissues Yannick Noah signature model: the Noah Comp.

Originally released in 1987, the Noah Comp is now available on Crooked Tongues.

Le Coq Sportif Noah Comp

Le Coq Sportif Noah Comp

Le Coq Sportif Noah Comp

A new year, a new clothing sponsor for the world number 9: Le Coq Sportif replaces Lacoste.

Le Coq Sportif brand was founded in 1882 by a french entrepreneur named Emile Camuset, and was the number one sports brand in Europe during the 70′s and 80′s.
After designing sportswear for football, rugby, athletics and basketball, Camuset makes the first shirt designed for tennis players in 1930.
From the 50′s to the 80′s, winners of each kind of sport were dressed in Le Coq Sportif: football (French Federation of football, Ajax Amsterdam, Michel Platini), tennis (Yannick Noah, Arthur Ashe), cycling (Tour de France)…

Le Coq Sportif almost disappeared at the end of the 20th century, but the brand intends to reposition itself as the alternative in the sport and mode market.
The “coq gaulois” (gallic rooster) is the french national emblem, and the emblem of French sports teams in international events, such as the French football and rugby teams.

Richard Gasquet