What a jaw-dropping finish to this year's Wimbledon! After 4 hours and 43 minutes, the third longest final in the history of this event, Carlos Alcaraz is the 2023 Wimbledon Men's Singles champion. 1-6, 7-6 (6), 6-1, 3-6, 6-4 ending Djokovic's 34 match winning streak at the All England Club.

Carlos Alcaraz, despite his young age has proven to be a great champion by demonstrating resilience, both mental and physical.

Alcaraz lifted this prestigious trophy wearing a Rolex Cosmograph Daytona “Meteorite” with Oysterflex bracelet, reference 116518LN. It almost seems like a passage of witnesses, "under the sign of the crown (Rolex)". It is no coincidence that Rolex has been the Official Timekeeper of Wimbledon and Alcaraz has been a Rolex Ambassador since 2022, the very year King Roger Federer left the playing fields. Will it be a sign of fate?

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His career is already impressive, the conditions are all there..


First introduced in 1963, the Rolex Daytona is a legendary chronograph watch designed for motor racing enthusiasts. Model 116518LN is a testament to the evolution of the Daytona, showcasing Rolex's continued commitment to innovation and refinement.

The star of the Daytona Meteorite Oysterflex 116518LN is its striking meteorite dial, featuring a unique pattern that varies from watch to watch, ensuring that each timepiece is truly unique. Contrasting black sub-dials and 18k yellow gold hour markers and hands add a touch of elegance to the dial, with luminescent material ensuring legibility in low-light conditions.

The 40mm Oyster case, crafted in 18K yellow gold, houses the robust and precise Rolex caliber 4130. This self-winding mechanical chronograph movement boasts a 72-hour power reserve and is a certified Swiss chronometer, guaranteeing accuracy and timeliness. reliability of the watch. The case is also water resistant to 100 meters (330 feet), thanks to the Triplock winding crown and screw down pushers.

The Oysterflex bracelet, a Rolex innovation, combines the durability and water resistance of a rubber strap with the comfort and aesthetics of a metal bracelet. The high-performance elastomer band features a flexible metal core, offering superior resilience while maintaining an elegant appearance. The 18K yellow gold Oysterlock safety clasp ensures that the watch remains securely on the wrist.

Other notable features of the Daytona Meteorite Oysterflex 116518LN include the Cerachrom bezel, a Rolex-patented ceramic material known for its resistance to scratching, corrosion, and fading. The tachymeter scale engraved on the bezel allows the wearer to measure average speeds of up to 400 units per hour, paying homage to the watch's sporting heritage.

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