Rado is proud to announce that it has signed a three-year agreement to be the official watch partner of WTA tennis star and current world number 5 Agnieszka Radwanska.
The partnership began on 1st January 2014 and will see Agnieszka as a global ambassador for the pioneering Swiss watch brand. The move further strengthens Rado’s engagement in the world of tennis and underlines its commitment to the sport enjoyed by millions.
Agnieszka will be seen wearing the Rado HyperChrome Automatic Chronograph in white high-tech ceramic. This sporty but elegant watch is a perfect match for the player known for her stylish play on court and her glamorous appearance off court.
As the WTA Fan’s Favourite player for the third successive year she is known both as a trend setter and a crowd pleaser.
Rado CEO Matthias Breschan commented “We are delighted to welcome Aga to the Rado family. With her natural flair, talent and dedication to her sport she is a perfect match for Rado. It is fantastic that she will be wearing the Rado HyperChrome in 2014.”
Speaking about the partnership Agnieszka said: “I have seen Rado’s dedication to tennis over the last two years and I’m really happy to be a brand ambassador. The watches are very cool, light and comfortable to wear. They are perfect for me and it’s great to have the support of such a well-known watch brand.”
Rado is a globally recognised brand, famous for innovative design and its use of revolutionary materials to create some of the world’s most durable watches. Ever since its beginnings in Lengnau, Switzerland, Rado has had a pioneering spirit, with the brand philosophy “if we can imagine it, we can make it” still holding true today. This year Rado is the Official Timekeeper of 12 international tournaments.
About Agnieszka Radwanska
Agnieszka Radwanska is one of the stars of the women’s game and has been a professional tennis player since 2006 when she was voted Most Impressive Newcomer on the WTA tour. She was the first Polish player in the Open Era to win an individual singles title, and the first to reach a Grand Slam singles final at Wimbledon in 2012. To date she has won 13 career singles titles and she is the winner of the longest three set match played in the history of the WTA Tour Championships. Her highest ranking to date is world number 2 and she has been voted the WTA Fan’s Favourite player for the last three years. Aged just 24 she has a bright future ahead of her.