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Yannick Noah racquets



Yannick Noah (FRA), legendary "Tennis-Rastelli" and French Open winner of 1983, played an Adidas Nastase Competition as a youth player. After that, he switched to French company Le Coqsportif, and his first racquet here was a wooden "Crescendo". In 1983 he won the French Open with a Le Coq Sportif "Concept 3 Oversize" (or Noah TCO), later on he used a Le Coq Sportif "TF 40". There was also a model called "Noah Pro" (see below in the gallery), but Noah himself didn`t play this one.

 

 

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