WATCH brands are synonymous with Wimbledon.
Rolex has proudly supported the temple of tennis for over 40 years.
And the players themselves are all sponsored by either OR Spend money on the most incredible timepieces.
This year’s tournament is no different.
SunSport have teamed up with Watchfinder & Co. who helped us identify the best watches at Wimbledon.
These include a stunning £319,000 Bovet and a £259,000 Richard Mille.
Bovet Récital 26 Brainstorm Chapter Two Sunshine Collection
In a recent press conference, Medvedev unveiled the most expensive watch seen at Wimbledon this week.
This amazing Bovet features a tourbillon – a high-end mechanism that ensures perfect timekeeping.
It also features hemispherical moon displays and a world time function.
These features are all safely housed in a sleek sapphire crystal case.
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Hublot Big Bang
Press conferences seem to be the place to appease Sonspors.
Djokovic has a long-standing sponsorship deal with Hublot, which would have lent them his Big Bang model.
With features like an annual calendar and a dual time zone, this Swiss-made watch represents precision and sophistication. Djokovic’s piece eschews the rubber or fabric strap common to most Hublot models, opting instead for a more elegant metal bracelet.
Richard Mille RM67-02
Korda wore this incredible Richard Mille RM67-02 watch during his surprise first round loss to Jiri Vesely.
It was a model that was first launched in 2018 in a collection of three variants.
Taking a cue from other tennis pros, the design Sebastian chose was originally created for German tennis star Alexander Zverev and featured the colors of the German flag.
Bvlgari match ball
Russian star Rublev was spotted at SW19 with the Aluminum Match Point Bvlgari.
The special sports watch is limited to just 800 pieces.
It features a tennis ball engraving on the case back and a special left-handed crown.
Rolex Oyster Perpetual Dark Blue Diaml
Gauff hopes to win doubles with Jessica Pegula after being shocked by Sofia Kenin on Court 1 in the first round.
So there’s yet another opportunity to show off this classic Rolex.
The built-in caliber 3230 movement has a power reserve of 70 hours. This indicates how long the watch can keep running before the mechanism stops because it has not been wound or activated.
De Bethune DB28 “Wimbledon” dial
Price to be announced
Paul could not have paid a greater tribute to Wimbledon by wearing De Bethune’s new signature watch, which pays homage to the tournament.
The watch features a wavy green dial surrounded by a purple hour ring, adorned with miniature white tennis courts and orbiting a 3D tennis ball at 12 o’clock.
There is no official price for this watch yet, as it is a special edition.
However, high-end De Bethune models sell for over £100,000.
FP Journe Elegante
The Croatian Vekic opted for a touch of elegance when choosing her watch.
She was spotted wearing the FP Journe Elegante on Center Court – adding even more glamor to the occasion.
It is a beautiful watch in a titanium case set with 38 brilliant cut diamonds and measuring just under 8mm thick.