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RAFAEL NADAL

RAFAEL NADAL

The partnership between Rafael Nadal and Richard Mille has led to a string of successes on the courts for the Majorcan tennis champion, most recently winning clay court titles at Monte Carlo, Barcelona, Madrid and his 10th title at the French Open with the new RM 27-03 Shock Resistance 10 000 g's on his wrist.

RAFAEL NADAL

RAFAEL NADAL

The partnership between Rafael Nadal and Richard Mille has led to a string of successes on the courts for the Majorcan tennis champion, most recently winning clay court titles at Monte Carlo, Barcelona, Madrid and his 10th title at the French Open with the new RM 27-03 Shock Resistance 10 000 g's on his wrist.

10th Roland Garros

Rafa completed La Decima and collected his 15th Grand slam title.

His coach and uncle, Toni, got choked up, too, when he came on court to present Rafa with a special trophy celebrating those 10 titles.

“I’m a little emotional,” Rafa said before getting to clamp his jaws on La Coupe des Mousquetaires.
“The nerves and adrenaline I feel on this court is impossible to compare.”

10th Roland Garros

La Décima

Rafael Nadal beats Spanish compatriot Albert Ramos-Viñolas 6-1, 6-3.
"So special, it's unique. To win ten titles in such an important event like Monte Carlo is just unbelievable, so important for me."

Rafa has become the first professional to win one tournament 10 times and clinch 50 career clay court titles.
It’s also his 70th career ATP World Tour level title and 29th ATP Masters 1,000 crown.

La Décima

La Décima

Rafael Nadal beats Spanish compatriot Albert Ramos-Viñolas 6-1, 6-3.
"So special, it's unique. To win ten titles in such an important event like Monte Carlo is just unbelievable, so important for me."

Rafa has become the first professional to win one tournament 10 times and clinch 50 career clay court titles.
It’s also his 70th career ATP World Tour level title and 29th ATP Masters 1,000 crown.

Rafael Nadal matches legend Guillermo Vilas with 49th clay court title

He won the Barcelona Open in April 2016, his 10th straight victory of the European clay court season, which culminates with the second grand slam of the season in Roland Garros.

“If you win you have more confidence. If you lose you have less confidence. The people who tell you different story are lying to you, I’m not going to lie.”

Rafael Nadal matches legend Guillermo Vilas with 49th clay court title

Career

66 titles including 26 in Masters Series
14 titles in Grand Slam
Winner of Roland Garros 9 times
Winner of Australian Open in 2009
Winner of US Open twice (2010/2013)
Winner of Wimbledon twice (2008/2010)
Winner of Davis Cup in 2004

Career

Career

66 titles including 26 in Masters Series
14 titles in Grand Slam
Winner of Roland Garros 9 times
Winner of Australian Open in 2009
Winner of US Open twice (2010/2013)
Winner of Wimbledon twice (2008/2010)
Winner of Davis Cup in 2004

Australian Open 2017

Pure tennis at the Rod Laver Arena in one of the most highly-anticipated Grand Slam finals in history.

This Australian Open capped a remarkable change in fortunes for Rafa.
He took down rising star Alexander Zverev in five, plus top-tenners Gael Monfils and Milos Raonic and the in-form Grigor Dimitrov, again in five.

“Today was a great match. Roger deserved it a bit more than me. I’m just going to keep trying. I feel I am back at a very high level, so I’m going to carry on fighting the whole season.”

Australian Open 2017

RM 27-02

TPT® Quartz case and unibody construction.
This structure, inspired by the chassis of racing cars, enhances rigidity and resistance to impacts when used in watchmaking.

During the Monte Carlo finals, Nadal put more spin* on both his forehand and backhand than his opponents.
Nadal spun his forehand at an average 3288 rotations-per-minute, compared with 2765rpm for Monfils.
He also put more spin on his backhand (where he averaged 2583rpm) compared with 2136rpm for his opponent.

*source : Hawkeye data

RM 27-02

RM 27-02

TPT® Quartz case and unibody construction.
This structure, inspired by the chassis of racing cars, enhances rigidity and resistance to impacts when used in watchmaking.

During the Monte Carlo finals, Nadal put more spin* on both his forehand and backhand than his opponents.
Nadal spun his forehand at an average 3288 rotations-per-minute, compared with 2765rpm for Monfils.
He also put more spin on his backhand (where he averaged 2583rpm) compared with 2136rpm for his opponent.

*source : Hawkeye data

In 2013, Rafael Nadal was wearing the RM 27-01, the world’s lightest tourbillon watch : 19 grams with strap.

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