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René Lacoste (1904-1996), winner of 7 major tennis titles and nicknamed the "Crocodile" by his friends, developed the 1st tennis ball machine and the 1st metal tennis racket as well as creating a "little" clothing line in 1933 called LACOSTE now owne by UK company IZOD.

René Lacoste (1904-1996), winner of 7 major tennis titles and nicknamed the "Crocodile" by his friends, developed the 1st tennis ball machine and the 1st metal tennis racket as well as creating a "little" clothing line in 1933 called LACOSTE now owne by UK company IZOD.

Lacoste LT12 | Lacoste

Lacoste LT12 | Lacoste

La sputa-palle

La sputa-palle

Buon compleanno René! | LACOSTE

Buon compleanno René! | LACOSTE

Rene Lacoste (1904-96), French tennis champion and businessman, nicknamed The Crocodile, creator of the Lacoste tennis shirt (with the little croc embroidered on the chest) in 1929

Rene Lacoste (1904-96), French tennis champion and businessman, nicknamed The Crocodile, creator of the Lacoste tennis shirt (with the little croc embroidered on the chest) in 1929

Lots of captions identify Suzanne Lenglen's doubles partner in this 1925 photo as Rene Lacoste, but it's actually another of the Four Musketeers, Jean Borotra, playing in his trademark blue beret. Lenglen and Borotra went on to win the 1925 Wimbledon Championship Mixed Doubles title.

Lots of captions identify Suzanne Lenglen's doubles partner in this 1925 photo as Rene Lacoste, but it's actually another of the Four Musketeers, Jean Borotra, playing in his trademark blue beret. Lenglen and Borotra went on to win the 1925 Wimbledon Championship Mixed Doubles title.

Bill Tilden (or nicknamed, Big Bill) is often considered one of the greatest tennis players of all time. Bill Tilden was the World No. 1 player for six years from 1920 through 1925.

Bill Tilden (or nicknamed, Big Bill) is often considered one of the greatest tennis players of all time. Bill Tilden was the World No. 1 player for six years from 1920 through 1925.

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