Legend Of Birth: Roger Federer Wears Rolex Datejust 41 And Kisses Wimbledon Tennis Champion Gold Cup

On July 16, this year, after an exciting battle, Rolex brand spokesperson Roger Federer won the second Grand Slam title this year at the Wimbledon Tennis Championships. He wore the same legendary Rolex Oyster Perpetual Datejust 41 to collect the trophy, congratulating himself on breaking the record and returning to the peak of his career.

   Roger Federer’s tennis career continues to be exciting and award-winning. He won the Champions Cup this time, his eleventh promotion to the Wimbledon (Wimbledon) finals in the eighth singles championship, also laid the title of the god of grass for him.

The Wimbledon Tennis Championships (The Championships, Wimbledon) is the oldest and most prestigious open tennis tournament. The tournament, which is usually held from the end of June to the beginning of July, is the third event of the annual tennis Grand Slam, after the Australian Open and the French Open and before the US Open. Photo © Rolex / Chris Trotman

Roger Federer won his eighth Wimbledon tennis championship this year, setting a tennis record. Photo © Rolex / Jon Buckle
   The Swiss champion is also a Rolex brand ambassador. After defeating Marin Cilic, he was tied with Pete Sampras for the men’s singles award in the Open era Player. This victory allowed Federer to collect 19 men’s singles Grand Slam titles, surpassing other male players. This record has been extended when winning the Australian Open Awards for the fifth time in January this year, and Federer reached the Australian Open Men’s Singles Final for the sixth time, the first time after defeating Andy Murray in 2010. Return to the Australian Tennis Court. This time, he defeated his rival Rafael Nadal 6-3 in the fifth set and won a historic victory.

Swiss player Roger Federer is a generation of tennis legends with superb skills and outstanding performance. He has topped the world ranking for more than 300 weeks, a record-breaking achievement. He also won 19 Grand Slam honors. Roger Federer is one of the few tennis players to achieve the Career Grand Slam®, including the Australian Open, the French Open, the US Open, and the Wimbledon Championship. His outstanding achievements are based on his extraordinary style, tenacity and perseverance, which coincide with Rolex’s unremitting pursuit of perfection. Photo © Rolex / Jon Buckle
   A tennis career that has been shining for almost two decades, this year is of special significance to the 35-year-old evergreen, especially after he broke Andy Murray at Wimbledon in 2012 for five years, he won two majors a year Singles champion. Tennis superstar Roger Federer has collaborated with Rolex since 2001 and is among the greatest players in the world with legendary Rod Laver. In his outstanding professional performance, he has held the world championship throne for a total of 302 weeks, including 237 consecutive weeks in February 2004 and August 2008.

The deep roots of Rolex and tennis can be traced back to 1978, when the brand became the designated timepiece for the Wimbledon Championships. For nearly forty years, Rolex has played an important role in Wimbledon’s history, and over the years has witnessed countless historical moments and the birth of the king of tennis. Photo © Rolex / Jon Buckle

In addition to Federer winning the eighth Wimbledon men’s singles championship, another Rolex brand ambassador, Garbiñe Muguruza, won the crown of the first Wimbledon championship in his career. Dazzling tennis. Following the 2016 French Open Open Championship, she won her second Grand Slam gold cup.
   However, these dazzling figures and achievements do not fully represent the story of the king of the ball. Off the pitch, his deeds are equally exciting. Since the year he first won the Wimbledon Championships in 2003, the Roger Federer Foundation has sent love to his mother’s hometown of South Africa and other corners of the world, and has also contributed to public welfare. Federer and his ever-winning Wimbledon Championships, as well as the Australian Open, which he called the ‘Happy Grand Slam’, are all related to Rolex. In 1978, Rolex became the designated timepiece for the Wimbledon Championships. This oldest tennis tournament continues to glorify tradition, model and innovation. The Rolex brand’s partnership with the Australian Open dates back to 2008.

Oyster Perpetual Datejust 41-Model 126303 904L stainless steel case, 18ct yellow gold bezel, diameter 41 mm, hours, minutes, seconds, date, 3235 self-winding movement, power reserve 70 hours, sapphire crystal glass, waterproof 100 Meters, gold steel (a combination of 904L stainless steel and 18ct yellow gold).
   Rolex is proud to be able to travel with Federer all the way, congratulations on his 18th and 19th Grand Slam titles in 2017.