It’s no secret that watches and tennis make the perfect match. The two first joined together when Rolex became the official timekeeper for Wimbleton back in 1978. Since then, the watch industry and professional tennis have continued to build a thriving and profitable partnership.
Novak Djokovic is a Serbian professional tennis player currently ranked as the world number one and is known by many as one of the greatest tennis players who has ever lived.
Djokovic has been victorious at 10 Grand slams and has been able to hold onto
Rafael Nadal Parera is a 29-year-old Spanish professional tennis player who has won 66 titles to date. Of these, he has won 26 Masters Series titles and 14 Grand Slam titles. In 2009, Nadal was the victor at the Australian Open, and he came out
Roger Federer is a legend when it comes to tennis, and he is and always will remain among the best players of all-time. He has been ranked in the top 10 players in the world since October 2002.
Federer has won over $97,000,000 in prize money
Serena Williams has become a household name in pop culture - as one of the greatest tennis players of all-time, her success is undeniable.
[caption id="attachment_71261" align="aligncenter" width="2060"] Serena Williams enjoying her victory at 2015 French Open in June[/caption]
The 35-year-old has been ranked as the world’s
Andrew Murray is a professional tennis player of Scottish heritage. He has won over 21 career titles and was the seventh player since 1968 to reach the semi-finals of all four Grand Slams in one year in 2011.
Murray is currently ranked as the world number
The watch industry and professional tennis first joined together in 1978 when Rolex became the official timekeeper for Wimbledon, the oldest tennis tournament in the world. With so much in common, it’s no surprise the pair was an instant match. They both share an utmost
It is always sad when something great comes to an end! This year's French Open is almost over, with the women's singles finals being played today and the men's singles finals occurring tomorrow. In today's first semifinal match, the world's no. 2 tennis player, Maria
UPDATE: Roddick loses to Juan Martin del Potro, another Rolex ambassador.In 2003, Andy Roddick and Roger Federer won their first Grand Slams. Since then, Federer has racked up 16 additional Grand Slam victories, while the U.S. Open victory in 2003 remains Roddick's only Grand Slam title.
TAG Heuer ambassador Maria Sharapova clutched a narrow victory at Wimbledon yesterday over Tsvetana Pironkova 7-6 (3), 6-7 (3), 6-0.
Sharapova recently reclaimed her ranking as number one in the world. Her talents have earned her a number of major sponsorships, including her own TAG Heuer watch