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Replicas like Rolex, Richard Mille and more for the US Open

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You may all focus on the new official timepiece of the tennis tournament when we embark on the 50th-anniversary edition of the US Open. Rolex is replacing Citizen, which had been a sponsor of the US Open for over many years. The popular replica Rolex is already the official timekeeper of the Australian Open and has an important and significant roster of tennis players among its ambassadors.
The white gold Rolex watch has a dark rhodium dial and fluted bezel. Should a Rolex ambassador raise the Tiffany & Co. hardware in Arthur Ashe Stadium, some of you might be sporting that Datejust? In the coming weeks, we will see close to AU$3 million in watches at the tournament, and Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic are all scheduled to play. 
As for the females, I can’t wait to see what Angelique Kerber, another German, will wear if she wins the US tournament. My guess is a white-dial fake Rolex Daytona, a piece she wore when she accepted the trophy at the Sydney International tournament earlier this year. She wore the same watch after winning Wimbledon in July.
And in doubles, American Mike Bryan, who has been the world’s No. 1 doubles player for more than eight years, is a brand ambassador for Baume & Mercier, wearing the black-dial Clifton Club.
Another female player, Elina Svitolina, the Ukrainian, who wore the Lady Marine chronometer model and ranks 7th in the world, is a Ulysse Nardin brand ambassador.
No tennis article is complete without mention of a Williams sister. It is a particular time for Serena Williams, an Audemars Piguet brand ambassador, who is making a comeback to the American Grand Slam tournament — this time last year, she was just having her first child.
I eager to see if Novak Djokovic will be sporting the brand new Breitling Premier automatic skeleton in limited edition, the first replica Breitling automatic watch ever designed for Djokovic. The fake watch is released overseas as the tournament closes. Djokovic, a brand ambassador with Breitling since 2014, doesn’t play tennis with his watch but wears it as soon as he steps off the court.
At last, I think the award for Best Brand Ambassador in Tennis should go to “that other Swiss player”. Stan Wawrinka wears his amazing Rolex replica while hitting the ball, and the watch is far from being Nadal’s featherweight tourbillon! In the past two years, Wawrinka won the US Open title while wearing a 42mm Royal Oak Offshore Chronograph in steel, a piece he wore during the entire tournament.