Loriet activewear is inspired by performance, guided by comfort, and dedicated to quality. In 2015, we have expanded our Tennis lines and developed a Streetwear line for Men, as well as Yoga, Fitness, Lounge and Swim wear for Women. Loriet products are available online, in proshops, at specialty retail stores throughout the U.S. and in select international markets.
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It was all about Serena Williams and her Calendar Slam for most of the weeks leading up to the US Open as well as the first 12 days of the tournament. However, Roberta Vinci amazed everyone including herself, as she took out Serena in the semi-finals in a spirited contest. Her opponent in the final was another Italian Flavia Penetta. Penetta won the trophy in what was one of the most unexpected finals in US Open history. In the Men's Draw, it was the opposite with another Djokovic-Federer final, with world #1 Djokovic winning his 10th Grand Slam trophy.
Most of the top players on the ATP and WTA tour were getting ready for the US Open by battling in the US Open Series events. Many other players looked to earn their spot through the pre-qualifying event held in New Haven, CT. The winners in the men's and women's draws earned a wildcard into the US Open qualification draw. Loriet had 3 players competing: Nikita Kryvonos (Men's), Jennifer Elie and Nika Kukharchuk (Women's). While all 3 players competed hard, Jennifer Elie was able to win the Women's Draw and move on to the Qualifying Draw of the US Open in National Tennis Center.
Loriet hosted its second Open event of 2015 at the Bradenton Country Club in Sarasota, FL. Players competed in 15 divisions, and several World Ranked players faced offin the Men's Open Singles and Doubles. American player Tommy Mylnikov took the top prizes in the Men's Singles and Doubles. Please visit our Tournament Page for more information and to take a look at the draws and full results.
Hosted by a scenic beach club in Westchester, the 2015 Loriet-MBYC Open was a resounding success. In Singles, France's Alexandre Lacroix was our repeat Champion, after winning 2014, as he beat Freddy Luciani from Venezuela in an intense final. In Doubles, winners Dan Cochrane and Phillip Simmonds easily dominated the draw. Visit our Tournament Page for more information and all of the results from our 2014 and 2015 events.