Wearing a Watch While Playing Tennis
Bottom line: you can in fact wear a watch while playing tennis.
In this regard, do tennis winners get a Rolex?
After each Wimbledon tournament when Federer (and other Rolex-sponsored winners) raise their trophy, you can spot them wearing a Rolex watch. This is perfect product placement or Rolex (Assuming one of their ambassadors win), and it also aligns perfectly with Rolex’s iconic slogan ”A crown for every accomplishment”.
Secondly, which tennis player is sponsored by Rolex?
The world’s best-known watch brand is a natural fit to work with the world’s top male tennis player. Rolex is now the official timekeeping sponsor of all four Grand Slam tournaments (Australian Open, French Open, Wimbledon, U.S. Open), which is where Djokovic plays his best tennis.
Which Rolex does Tiger Woods wear?
You should not wear your Rolex Golfing as swinging a Golf club sends a shock from the clubhead to the Rolex that can damage it, and depending on the size of the Rolex it can affect your Swing. … I wouldn’t recommend playing Golf with a dress Rolex due to the risk of damage.
The Rolex Yacht-Master 40mm in steel
There is talk in the watch world and among ADs that the Rolex Yacht-Master 40mm in Oystersteel will be discontinued in 2021.
Rolex is unarguably the world’s most famous luxury watch brand. … But what is particularly interesting is that Rolex watches can actually be investments. In fact, the value of some Rolex watches have significantly increased in value, and if you buy the right Rolex watch, it can prove to be a great investment over time.
Rolex DateJust II
Rolex Datejust II 116333 (Wimbledon Dial) Discontinued | Chronofinder.com.
It was a fitting partnership: just as Wimbledon has evolved to represent the quest for excellence and endeavour of the highest order, so Rolex has come to stand for precision, performance and the unfaltering pursuit of perfection.
Rolex became the official timekeeper of the U.S. Open in 1980 and has since sponsored such top winners as the legendary Arnold Palmer, Jack Nicklaus, Gary Player, and Tiger Woods.