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‘A portrait of Wimbledon’ by Roger Federer

Official Timekeeper of Wimbledon

The Championships, Wimbledon

The partnership between Rolex and tennis dates back to 1978, when Rolex became the "Official Timekeeper" of The Championships, Wimbledon. This date marks the beginning of a privileged association between two partners driven by the same pursuit of excellence.

Datejust 41

The Oyster Perpetual

Rolex is introducing the new generation of its classic Oyster Perpetual Datejust, featuring an updated design in a 41 mm case and the new Rolex calibre 3235, a movement at the forefront of watchmaking technology.

Every Rolex tells a Story

The Championships, Wimbledon

Discover the stories of three major tennis champions

Roger Federer

The Championships, Wimbledon

Swiss phenomenon Roger Federer is a living tennis legend who has mastered the game better than any other player. He is the holder of more than 300 weeks at World No. 1 – a record-breaking feat – winner of an unsurpassed 20 Grand Slam® victories.

One of few to have achieved a Career Grand Slam® – winning the Australian Open, the French Open, the US Open and Wimbledon, Roger Federer’s refined sense of style, dedication and generous nature contribute to his greatness and align perfectly with Rolex’s philosophy of excellence.

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Five in a row by Roger Federer

Milos Raonic

The Championships, Wimbledon

Milos Raonic is one of the top talents in professional tennis and has continued to climb the ladder to success, repeatedly achieving top-10 rankings since 2013. His spectacular serve is one of the strongest on the tour, reaching up to 230 km/h, and, in 2012, he served more aces per match than any other player. At the 2014 Wimbledon Championships, he became the first Canadian player since 1908 to reach the semi-finals at a Grand Slam® tournament, and in 2016 he came even closer, reaching the Wimbledon finals in a fine display of skill and perseverance.

Rolex and Milos Raonic at Wimbledon
Rolex and Wimbledon


The Championships, Wimbledon

Angelique Kerber’s rise is a story of persistence and dedication. At 28 she was the oldest player to become World No. 1 for the first time, more than 10 years after turning professional. The two-time Grand Slam® champion has arrived at the pinnacle of the sport and in impeccable style. After reaching the Wimbledon final in 2016, the German ace returns to the All England Club to try for her third Grand Slam® title and one of the sport’s most prestigious trophies.

Wimbledon Style Towels