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Rolex Daytona x Stefano Tsitsipas : from the ground to the clay

If we dare say it… Anyways, the rumors are already in the air: what if Stefano Tsitsipas was the next Roger Federer? Right-handed, one-handed backhand, loose game turned forward, lightning rise, stop volley…Surprisingly, the similarities are many. Of course, Tsitsipas is not yet Number 1 in the world and at this stage remains far from the colossal record of the Swiss player, but they share a passion for the Rolex Daytona. A legendary chronograph designed for the drivers of the famous Daytona race in Florida, this watch was born in 1963, but only saw its career take off in the early 90s. Rarely available for sale, it’s remembered as one of the totems of cool culture. Previously seen on the arms of the best, from Newman to Belmondo, Gainsbourg, Clapton or Agnelli were also big fans, since then it has never stopped being desired. It is with this accessory on his wrist that the Greek champion took the first step of the podium last Sunday, receiving his trophy in Monte-Carlo. A passion that he shares with other 10 top ten players of the world such as Alexander Zverev, Dominic Thiem or the very promising Carlos Alcaraz. One month before Roland Garros, it would be black magic if we don’t see one of these arms holding both a new Daytona and a trophy at the Porte d’Auteuil in Paris.

Rolex Daytona x Stefano Tsitsipas : from the ground to the clay

If we dare say it… Anyways, the rumors are already in the air: what if Stefano Tsitsipas was the next Roger Federer? Right-handed, one-handed backhand, loose game turned forward, lightning rise, stop volley…Surprisingly, the similarities are many. Of course, Tsitsipas is not yet Number 1 in the world and at this stage remains far from the colossal record of the Swiss player, but they share a passion for the Rolex Daytona. A legendary chronograph designed for the drivers of the famous Daytona race in Florida, this watch was born in 1963, but only saw its career take off in the early 90s. Rarely available for sale, it’s remembered as one of the totems of cool culture. Previously seen on the arms of the best, from Newman to Belmondo, Gainsbourg, Clapton or Agnelli were also big fans, since then it has never stopped being desired. It is with this accessory on his wrist that the Greek champion took the first step of the podium last Sunday, receiving his trophy in Monte-Carlo. A passion that he shares with other 10 top ten players of the world such as Alexander Zverev, Dominic Thiem or the very promising Carlos Alcaraz. One month before Roland Garros, it would be black magic if we don’t see one of these arms holding both a new Daytona and a trophy at the Porte d’Auteuil in Paris.