Angelique Olivier (born 12 June 1975) is a former professional tennis player from France. During her pro career from 1991–1995, she won two titles on the ITF Women's Circuit. Olivier received a wildcard entry into the French Open in 1992, 1993 and 1994. On the WTA Tour, she also received a wildcard entry into the 1994 Open Gaz de France tournament and reached the main draw of the 1994 Autralian Tasmanian International as a qualifier.
On 1 February 1993, Olivier reached her highest singles ranking: world number 151. Her highest doubles ranking came on 8 August 1994, when she became world number 210. In her career, she won US $71,077.
In Portugal on 10 February 1992, Olivier defeated France's Axelle Thomas to win the singles title at the ITF $10,000 Carvoeiro tournament. On 5 December 1994, Olivier partnered with Elena Wagner to win the doubles title at the ITF $50,000 Cergy-Pontois tournament in France.