All LACOSTE’s Trademarks are registered
Special thanks to LACOSTE®
Adidas, the 3-Bars logo and the 3-Stripes mark are registered trade marks of the Adidas Group, used with permission.
Special thanks to: SPINFIRE SPORT and SPINFIRE SPORT FRANCE for its SPINFIRE PRO Ball Machines – SPINFIRE, a trademark of Fry Developments Pty Ltd.
All MAJOR SPORTS’s Trademarks are registered
Thanks to MAJOR SPORTS
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- Analytical cookies
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- Browser setting
- For Internet Explorer
- In Internet Explorer, click Tools heading, then on Internet Options.
- Under General tab, under Browsing history, click Settings.
- Click View files button.
- Click the column heading “Name” to sort the files in alphabetical order, then browse the list until you see the files that begin with the prefix “Cookie.” (All cookies have this prefix and usually contain the name of the web site that created the cookie).
- For Firefox
- Go the the browser’s “Tools” tab and then select the “Options” menu.
- Then select “Privacy” and “Display cookies” in the pop-up window.
- Identify relevant files, select and delete.
- For Safari
- Go to your browser’s Edit menu and select Preferences.
- Click Security.
- Click Display cookies.
- Select cookies and click Erase or Erase All.
- After you’ve deleted cookies, click End.
- For Google Chrome
- Click on the Tools Menu icon.
- Select Options.
- Click the Advanced options and access the “Privacy” section.
- Click the Display cookies button.
- Select cookies and delete.
- Click “Close” to return to browser.