Holding court: Wimbledon and the next generation of tennis’ young fake watch ambassadors

With the recent retirements of tennis superstars Roger Federer (perfect replica Rolex) and Serena Williams (Audemars Piguet), and with veterans like Rafael Nadal (Richard Mille) on the back nine of their careers, watch brands have been snapping up next-gen talent. At the start of the 2023 Wimbledon tournament, here’s a look at some of the tennis young guns, and their wristwear of choice, broken down by brand.

For more than 40 years, tennis has been a vital component of luxury fake Rolex’s DNA. They’re one of the sport’s major sponsors (their iconic watch dial tracking the match length courtside at the All England Club), and many tennis icons have hoisted trophies wearing a Swiss made replica Rolex.

They include Bjorn Borg, Chris Evert, Stefan Edberg, and more recently, eight-time Wimbledon champ Roger Federer, the Swiss legend whose game was as beautiful as it was deadly efficient. But, 1:1 super clone Rolex being Rolex, they’ve front-loaded their roster of talent with several young phenoms, including Coco Gauff, Casper Ruud, and Stefanos Tsitsipas. But Swiss movement replica Rolex is called The Crown for a reason, which is why they’ve made sure to secure both the men’s and ladies’ number ones among their testimonees.
Poland’s Iga Świątek may only be 22, but the ladies’ world number one already has four Grand Slam titles under her belt, collecting one U.S. Open and three French Open titles, so naturally, she’s a heavy favourite.

And her favourites among the Rolex lineup are cheap fake Rolex Datejusts, having rocked several, including the aubergine Roman-dialled one she wore after winning this year’s French Open. She’s also been spotted wearing a pink DJ 36 in steel with a diamond bezel.