Rafael Nadal is one of the few tennis players actually on the job with a sponsored watch. But the Spaniard also has a gadget more than seven tons to his wrist.
Drag tennis phenomenon Rafal Nadal for the tenth time the title of the guard at the men’s tournament at Roland Garros? That question the tennis world keeps busy these days.
But colleagues clay king Nadal in Paris also look for something replica rolex else, so identifies business newspaper The Wall Street Journal: the special watch Nadal wears on the job. It is a unique example of the Swiss company Richard Mille.
Several tennis players have their name attached to a watch brand. So Roger Federer is sponsored by Rolex and Maria Sharapova Tag Heuer. Few players also wear actually watches during official matches. Nadal does well since 2010.
Super Watch Rafael Nadal
His current watch is not only resistant to baking sweat and dust, but apparently not even bother him if he beats a two-handed backhand, with the watch on his right wrist. “It feels like it is not there, as if part of my skin,” Nadal stated replica rolex uk recently, according to the WSJ.
There is a price tag of 775 thousand dollars to be exact, converted about 711 thousand euros.
The high value ‘m not sitting in expensive embellishments with jewels. Especially the mechanics of the watch is special. Which ensures that the movement can and still continues to work accurately at high pressure and severe shock. It is made of carbon and quartz, with titanium screws. And Nadal may find it excessively even in the shower.
Two copies stolen
The present watch is not the first instance that Mille made cheap rolex specifically for Nadal. Two previous watches were stolen, according to the WSJ, one by a hotel employee who was later caught.
Tennis Colleagues Eric Butorac Nadal saved a few years ago lost a great watch. He found a Mille watch between a towel in a locker room during the tournament of Cincinnati. “I remember when I held it and thought, ‘Wow, this is worth more than all the prize of my career.'” Butorac Nadal later met in a training room and gave back the watch.