From its origins in France in the 12th and 13th centuries to the 19th century when the modern style of play was established in England, tennis has been labelled ‘elegant’ and ‘aristocratic’ since its inception. As one of the world’s most lucrative sporting events,Rolex Replica Watches UK the popularity of tennis has created superstars, from the trio of Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic in the men’s game to the rising queen Naomi Osaka. The watchmakers are among the most popular sponsors in their respective fields.
When it comes to tennis and watches, Richard Mille’s RM 27-04 Tourbillon for Rafael Nadal, which was launched last year to mark the 10th anniversary of the partnership, is likely to be the first thing that springs to mind,swiss fake watches with a limited edition of 50 pieces worldwide and a price tag of $1.05 million! US$105,000! But the brand most closely associated with the sport of tennis is Rolex.
Rolex’s relationship with Roger Federer dates back to 2006, when the two parties signed one of the biggest contracts in sport at the time: a 10-year deal totalling $15 million, which was renewed in 2017 for another $8 million – a deal that was not disclosed by Roger Federer. -Roger Federer did not reveal when the contract would end, but it is highly likely that he will become the brand’s ambassador for life. In Roger Federer’s extensive Rolex collection, he most often wears the 41mm Rolex Datejust II ref. 116334 with its rhodium-coloured dial, as well as the Sky-Dweller model.
The athlete, now ranked in the top 5 in the world, was recruited by Rolex in 2017, just after Dominic Thiem had cracked the top 10 in the world. One of his favourite watches was the steel and ceramic Daytona, as well as the Submariner model with its black dial and ceramic bezel.
The Spanish tennis player, currently ranked 14th, had a fantastic 2016, winning the Grand Slam singles title at the French Open and the Wimbledon title the following year. When I look at this watch today, I can see the joy in it,” she said. I see myself working hard to get what I want, I see myself becoming an independent woman, I see myself giving everything to make my dreams come true.
Rolex has been involved in tennis for over 40 years and has cemented its reputation in the sport by being the official timekeeper of all four Grand Slam tournaments, and in 2017 Rolex signed Replica Watches a new deal with the Australian Open to continue the partnership until 2027. As Replica rolex Watches UK one of the world’s best-known watch brands, Rolex has a rich heritage and is also one of the most popular among tennis players, so we’ve teamed up with Bob’s Watches to take a look at some of the Rolex watches that have graced the wrists of some of these great athletes.
Considered the number one ranked tennis player in France, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga turned professional in 2004 and won tournaments such as the Paris Masters in 2008 and the Canada Cup in 2014. Since wearing the Rolex Milgauss ref. 116400GV in yellow gold with a green dial and the Datejust II in white gold, Tsonga has been on a roll.
Stefanos’ record-breaking fame as the highest-ranked Greek player of all time also led Rolex to sign him in 2018. He won the final of the Nitto ATP in London in 2019 and recently reached the Roland-Garros semi-finals in 2020. He was recently photographed wearing a Rolex Daytona watch with a white dial and black ceramic bezel, a classic colour combination.