Federer Raises His 5th Australian Open Trophy While Wearing A Rolex Batman
Federer and Nadal are both prominent brand ministers for top watchmakers. Federer is, obviously, Rolex’s top competitor , while Nadal has been a piece of the Richard Mille family since 2010. Truth be told, Nadal’s famous RM 27-02 Tourbillon watch was safely on his wrist all through the match. Then again, Federer doesn’t wear a watch when playing. Notwithstanding, Federer tied on his treated steel Rolex GMT-Master II ref. 116710 BLNR with the particular blue and dark ceramic bezel during the prize giving ceremony. The Swiss success probably been particularly sweet for Rolex since they are likewise a significant backer of the Australian Open.
Rolex GMT-Master II ref. 116710 BLNR
Rolex GMT-Master II ref. 116710 BLNR also called “Batman”
Arguably one of Rolex’s most well known current watches to date, the GMT-Master II ref. 116710 BLNR made its presentation in 2013. Wearing a tempered steel body, a Cerachrom clay bezel, and the Maxi dial, the GMT-Master II has everything you would need in a contemporary extravagance sports watch. Named the “Batman”, the beat up bezel really came as a shock since the company had recently conceded that it is difficult to make a bi-shading bezel in earthenware. In any case, that “inconceivability” was overcome and proprietors of the ref. 116710 BLNR are blessed to receive a bezel that looks boss, but at the same time is impervious to scratching and fading.
Next Grand Slam competition on the ATP schedule is the Roland Garros French Open in June . In the event that “the maestro” Federer will continue his series of wins stays not yet clear. However, in the event that he plays as nimbly and effectively as he did during the Australian Open finals against Nadal, it could in all likelihood be a possibility.
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