RADO & Tennis

With its tennis brand ambassadors, tennis-inspired timepieces, and portfolio of international tennis tournaments, Rado shows its absolute dedication to the sport. This year is no exception, with Rado timing every second of every match as Official Timekeeper at 16 tournaments around the world.

Mubadala World Tennis Championship
31.12.-02.01. Abu Dhabi, UAE
Outdoor hard, exhibition
Abierto Mexicano Telcel
22.02.-27.02. Acapulco, Mexico
Outdoor hard, ATP 500
TEB BNP Paribas Istanbul Open
25.04.-01.05. Istanbul, Turkey
Outdoor clay, ATP 250
Aegon Championships
13.06.-19.06. Queens London, UK
Outdoor grass, ATP 250
Aegon Classic
11.06.-19.06. Birmingham, UK
Outdoor grass, WTA International
Aegon International
18.06.-25.06. Eastbourne, UK
Outdoor grass, ATP 250 / WTA Premier
Porsche Tennis Grand Prix
16.04.-24.04. Stuttgart, Germany
Indoor clay, WTA Premier
Rakuten Japan Open
03.10.-09.10. Tokyo, Japan
Outdoor hard, ATP 500
Bank of Moscow Kremlin Cup
17.10.-23.10. Moscow, Russia
Indoor hard, ATP 250 / WTA Premier
Erste Bank Open
22.10.-30.10. Vienna, Austria
Indoor hard, ATP 500
Swiss Indoors
24.10.-30.10. Basel, Switzerland
Indoor hard, ATP 500
Brisbane International
04.01.-10.01. Brisbane, Australia
Outdoor hard, ATP 250
Fed Cup Switzerland vs. Czech Republic
16.04.-17.04. Lucerne, Switzerland
Indoor hard, ITF
UniCredit Czech Open
30.05.-05.06. Prostějov, Czech Republic
Outdoor clay, ATP Challenger Tour
Aegon Open
04.06.-12.06. Nottingham, UK
Outdoor grass, WTA Premier
Aegon Open
18.06.-25.06. Nottingham, UK
Outdoor grass, ATP 250
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Rakuten Japan Open
Mubadala World Tennis Championship
31.12.-02.01. Abu Dhabi, UAE
Outdoor hard, exhibition
Abierto Mexicano Telcel
22.02.-27.02. Acapulco, Mexico
Outdoor hard, ATP 500
TEB BNP Paribas Istanbul Open
25.04.-01.05. Istanbul, Turkey
Outdoor clay, ATP 250
Aegon Championships
13.06.-19.06. Queens London, UK
Outdoor grass, ATP 250
Aegon Classic
11.06.-19.06. Birmingham, UK
Outdoor grass, WTA International
Aegon International
18.06.-25.06. Eastbourne, UK
Outdoor grass, ATP 250 / WTA Premier
Porsche Tennis Grand Prix
16.04.-24.04. Stuttgart, Germany
Indoor clay, WTA Premier
Rakuten Japan Open
03.10.-09.10. Tokyo, Japan
Outdoor hard, ATP 500
Bank of Moscow Kremlin Cup
17.10.-23.10. Moscow, Russia
Indoor hard, ATP 250 / WTA Premier
Erste Bank Open
22.10.-30.10. Vienna, Austria
Indoor hard, ATP 500
Swiss Indoors
24.10.-30.10. Basel, Switzerland
Indoor hard, ATP 500
Brisbane International
04.01.-10.01. Brisbane, Australia
Outdoor hard, ATP 250
Fed Cup Switzerland vs. Czech Republic
16.04.-17.04. Lucerne, Switzerland
Indoor hard, ITF
UniCredit Czech Open
30.05.-05.06. Prostějov, Czech Republic
Outdoor clay, ATP Challenger Tour
Aegon Open
04.06.-12.06. Nottingham, UK
Outdoor grass, WTA Premier
Aegon Open
18.06.-25.06. Nottingham, UK
Outdoor grass, ATP 250
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RADO & TENNIS

History of Rado & Tennis

Rado has become synonymous with the world of tennis since it began sponsoring international tournaments over 20 years ago. In 2015 Rado is the Official Timekeeper of 17 international tournaments and is present with its signature corner clocks on clay, grass and hard courts. Rado’s link to the world of tennis was originally inspired by the spirit of challenge and determination. Just as players push themselves to achieve victory on court, Rado pushes itself to challenge the boundaries of traditional watchmaking, successfully mastering innovative materials and achieving what many once believed was impossible.

Precision timing

In a sport where matches can last for hours as they turn into an epic battle of wills, Rado precision timing systems ensure that every second counts and nothing is missed. With matches in major tournaments clocking up durations of almost six hours, time can be the factor that makes or breaks a champion. From full match duration, to the breakdown of time per set, Rado systems help players, fans and officials alike to track the progress of each match in a tournament.

RADO TENNIS AMBASSADOR

AGNIESZKA RADWANSKA

Agnieszka Radwanska is one of the stars of the women's game and has been a professional tennis player since 2006 when she was voted Most Impressive Newcomer on the WTA tour. She was the first Polish player in the Open Era to win an individual singles title, and the first to reach a Grand Slam singles final at Wimbledon in 2012. To date she has won 14 career singles titles and she is the winner of the longest three set match played in the history of the WTA Tour Championships. Her highest ranking to date is world number 2 and she has been voted the WTA Fan's Favourite player for the last three years. Aged just 25 she has a bright future ahead of her.

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