Audemars Piguet Ap Lucky Blessing Double S To Win The Red Earth Laurel Crown

Audemars Piguet is very honored that its brand ambassador won both women’s singles and men’s singles titles in Paris this weekend. Professional tennis players who wear watches during matches like Serena Williams and Stan Wawrinka are very rare. Both of them perfectly embody Audemars Piguet’s brand spirit of “managing the rules and creating innovation”.

Serena Williams wears Royal Oak offshore 41mm rose gold watch

Stan Wawrinka wears Royal Oak 41mm Chronograph

Serena Williams’s lucky watch is model 67540OK.ZZ.A010CA.01 Royal Oak offshore rose gold watch, this model with a white rubber-coated diamond bezel, it inherits the iconic octagon of the series design. Despite suffering from a cold, the world’s top female tennis seed still defeated rival Lucie Safarova on June 6, 2015, winning her 20th Grand Slam career title. Serena Williams is following Steffi. After Steffi Graff, the second tennis player (both men’s and women’s) to win 20 Grand Slam titles in the Open Era. This hard-won victory brought her the third consecutive Grand Slam award after the 2014 US Open and the 2015 Australian Open. Serena Williams will participate in the Wimbledon Tennis Championships and have the opportunity to win four Grand Slam titles in one hand and complete the ‘Serena Williams Grand Slam’, which she accomplished in 2002-2003.

Royal Oak offshore rose gold watch is a lucky watch by Serena Williams

Royal Oak Offshore 41mm Rose Gold Watch

Stan Wawrinka wins crown with Royal Oak offshore chronograph

The Stan Wawrinka watch is a model 26470ST.OO.A104CR.01 Royal Oak offshore chronograph with a rubber strap. On June 7, 2015, it witnessed its victory after 3 hours and 12 minutes of fierce battle. He excels, overcomes difficulties, and is the world’s number one seed Norwalk. Zuo Gao beat his opponent after a breath-taking final. The 30-year-old player bounced 60 winning goals, more than double Zuzuo, and defeated his opponent with a wonderful one-handed backhand to lay a victory. He won the Junior Men’s Singles Championship in Paris in 2003. Twelve years later, he finally won the French Open Men’s Singles Championship. This is his second personal Grand Slam championship after the 2014 Australian Tennis Open, making him the sixth player still active in tennis to win more than one Grand Slam title. Stan Wawrinka will be ranked fourth in the world at the Wimbledon Tennis Championships in London.