Quality & Performance
Loriet activewear is inspired by performance, guided by comfort, and dedicated to quality. At Loriet we are inspired by sports and the athletes that play them. We are committed to creating innovative apparel for incredible players and coaches, non-profits and numerous Youth and Community associations.
Since our first week of sales, Loriet has proudly provided quality apparel to high-end sports facilities, coaches, and professional athletes. If you are interested in learning more about Team Loriet contact us.
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To find out about Loriet products and players, life on the Tour, and what inspires the Loriet design team in the world of sports, fashion and culture visit our News & Events page, join the Loriet Sports page on Facebook, or Follow us on Tumblr and Pinterest.
Loriet products are available online, in pro-shops, at specialty retail stores throughout the U.S. and through select international distributors. Browse our customer-friendly online store and inquire about our products at your local tennis store, pro shop or club.
The Lion's Den
Make the Lion's Den your source for exercises, technique, eating and more. Here, Loriet brings the knowledge, expertise and experience of acclaimed coaches and trainers directly to you.
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Loriet's Growing Global Presence
Loriet knows no borders. We strive for an international presence through partnering with athletes, organizations and events worldwide.The Loriet Blue Map illustrates where you can find Loriet around the World.
Loriet Fabric Technology
Our fabrics have been developed and tested to garantee high performance and comfort for both professional and amateur players, as well as coaches or the casual wearer: Active Cool, Breathe Free and VentTech fabrics. More...
Loriet Revolution Poly Strings
Tested and used by professional players, the Revolution strings, which include tournament polyester and synthetic strings, fit perfectly into Loriet's performance product line-up.
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Upcoming and recent events
Loriet Sports Prize Money TournamentLoriet will be hosting a Men's Singles Prize Money tournament at the Mamaroneck Beach & Yacht Club in Westchester, NY. The tournament will host the best players in the NY/CT area from the 16th to the 18th of May. Click here for the tournament flyer.
The Sony Open in Miami: Djokovic and SerenaThe world's top Men and Women Tennis players squared off in sunny Miami, FL. Predictay, Serena Williams dominated the women's field, beating Li Na in the final round to win a record 7 Miami titles. In the Men's Final, Djokovic played a brilliant match to take down Nadal in straight sets. The biggest surprise, however, came from neither men's semi-final matches taking place due to withdrawals from both Nishikori and Berdych.
Djokovic and Pennetta crowned in Indian WellsDjokovic is closing in on his record against Federer after beating the Swiss in a tough 3-set final. Federer now leads their head-to-head record 17-16.
Italian Flavia Pennetta won the Women's title in straight set against an injured Radwanska. It was the 32-year old Italian's first title since 2010, and her tenth career title.
The Australian Open Men's Champion: Stan WawrinkaThe men's draw had some surprising results as well, although the favorites remained until the final stages of the tournament. A new champion was eventually crowned when Stanislas Wawrinka beat an injured a very limited Nadal in the final. Stan's biggest challenge however was his hard fought 5-set win over Novak Djokovic in the semi-final.
The Australian Open Women's Champion: Li Na
This year's first Grand Slam in Australia provided some surprises. Earlier than expected defeats for Serena Williams, Sharapova and Azarenka left the women's draw wide open. Li Na eventually took her first Australian and second Grand Slam title with some inspiring tennis after saving a match point earlier in the tournament.