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Ashleigh Barty joins the Rado YoungStars

18 December 2017

Australian tennis sensation Ashleigh Barty is the newest member of the Rado YoungStar family. With one WTA singles title and five WTA doubles titles under her belt, Ashleigh is a proud addition to the brand's line-up of young athletes.

Ashleigh’s athletic career got off to a meteoric start: the young Aussie was a Junior Wimbledon champion at 15 and a Fed Cup representative and three-time Grand Slam doubles finalist by 17. Now age 21, Ashleigh is the highest-ranked Australian player and one of the most exciting prospects in women's tennis. Her recent achievements include winning the 2017 Malaysian Open and breaking into the WTA top 20 with a career high ranking of 17. Rado is thrilled to have the opportunity to support Ashleigh every step of the way on his journey to success.

"I love watches and Rado has always been my favourite brand," says Ashleigh. "I couldn't be happier to join the Rado YoungStar team and thank Rado for supporting me on my tennis journey." Ashleigh will be representing the brand on and off court with several different Rado high-tech ceramic timepieces on her wrist, including the True Thinline in white high-tech ceramic.

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