Richard Mille Wristwatch Wins Its 3rd Major…
The winningest watch….ever?
The birth of a $525,000 ultra-light Richard Mille wristwatch was announced to the world on April 2, 2010. Since then, this young rising superstar known simply as “the Watch” has won 3 majors — The French Open, Wimbeldon, and most recently the U.S. Open. It is worth noting that, until the Watch ticked quietly onto the court, the U.S Open had proven elusive for young tennis superstar Rafael Nadal (better known as “the Watch’s loyal companion”).
Already the winningest watch in history (virtually all other watches are afraid to even step onto the court for match play), I boldly predict here and now that Rafael Nadal’s Richard Mille watch could become the most successful watch in the history of the sport. In less than 1 year, the Watch already has 3 majors under its belt high-tech rubber strap and there seems to be no intention of stopping now.
In related news, the Watch was quick to thank Rafael Nadal for his continued contributions to the Watch’s winning streak at a recent press conference.
The Watch Wins the U.S. Open – August 30, 2010
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The Watch Wins Wimbeldon 2010 – June 21, 2010
The Watch Wins the French Open – May 23, 2010
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