Arantxa Sanchez, Three-time French Open Champion, Visits Longines India Store

Today, the French Tennis Federation (FFT) and the All India Tennis Association (AITA), which host the world’s top clay tennis Roland-Garros, are announced The 3rd Longines French Open Wild Card Round Tournament (Rendez-Vous à Roland-Garros) is held. The tournament is held for the third consecutive year and aims to nurture young players in India and promote clay tennis.

   The event ambassador and former world champion Spanish golfer Arantxa Sanchez went to India to support this special event, and visited a Longines store in New Delhi to share her watch for Longines-especially the designated watch for this event. A favorite of Cass Roland Garros watches. In addition, she is also a sponsor of the Longines Future Tennis Aces Tournament 2016; this event has been organized by Longines since 2010, bringing together young tennis players from around the world in Paris Badminton skills in the city centre.
   ‘I am very happy to participate in the Longines French Open Wild Card Tournament. Longines has been actively participating in the tennis world for a long time, and Longines Concas Roland Garros watches are paying tribute to this. For me, this The exquisite watch fully reflects the elegant style of sports. ‘

   Coinciding with the 10th French Open Tennis Championship held since Longines and the French Tennis Association started cooperation, Longines launched the Longines Concas Roland Garros women’s watch to promote this famous mud tour in Paris. This new watch combines dynamic vitality and outstanding performance, but at the same time, without losing elegance, it must win the favor of female athletes, such as Longines Ambassador of elegance and six-time French Open champion Stefanie Graf At the same time, she was very keen to support the development of this watch.
   Adhering to the spirit of tennis, the Conquest 1 / 100-second Roland Garros men’s watch is specially made for athletes, professionals and sports enthusiasts. It not only has multiple timekeeping functions, but also is equipped with a clear and easy-to-read pointer display, which is accurate to 100 A fraction of a second. The hands, dial and outer ring are embellished with an orange design, meticulously integrated with the elements of the French Open Red Land, and the bottom of the table is engraved with the Roland Garros logo.