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RADO ON COURT IN THE UK

26 June 2017

As a proud partner of the Lawn Tennis Association, Rado is pleased to be on court in the UK as the official timekeeper of five tournaments: Aegon Classic Birmingham, Aegon Open Nottingham ATP Challenger and WTA, Aegon Championships at The Queen’s Club London, and Aegon International Eastbourne.

All tournaments attract top male and female players from around the world and this year’s line-up won’t disappoint. Rado will be present at these events both on and off court, providing official timing systems in the form of branded corner clocks as well as clocks in public areas.

A truly regal timepiece, the new Rado HyperChrome Match Point, will serve as the Official Watch of the Aegon Championships at The Queen’s Club as well as the other Aegon grass court tournaments: the Aegon Open Nottingham, the Aegon Classic Birmingham, and the Aegon International Eastbourne. Now updated with a beautiful blue dial, it features a small second counter marked at 00, 15 and 40, and a chronograph hour counter with a net-like design. The monobloc case and bracelet are in matt plasma high-tech ceramic with polished plasma middle links and the bezel features an engraved tachometric scale. Limited to 999 individually numbered pieces, the Rado HyperChrome Match Point is a breathtaking timepiece, and the perfect watch to wear when lifting a trophy.

Discover the HyperChrome Match Point here.

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