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#2020Highlights Rafa Nadal Wins 20th Grand Slam, Celebrates 10 Year Partnership with Richard Mille
By SENATUS Editor | 14 December 2020

By prevailing at the 2020 French Open with a straight sets convincing win over current World No.1 Novak Djokovic, Rafa Nadal nabs his 20th Grand Slam victory and equals Roger Federer's record.

The victory comes on occasion also of Nadal's 10th year partnership with Swiss watch company, Richard Mille. For the past decade, the Spanish tennis player has worn the ultra light and ultra robust timepieces from the brand, exhorting the watch's ability to endure under the most difficult conditions. In this case, on the wrist of the best tennis player to ever play on clay.

Introducing the RM27-04, weighing 30 grams including the strap. Its tourbillon calibre, which is suspended within the case, can resist accelerations of more than 12,000 g's, a record for the company. Read more here

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