Rafael Nadal‘s watch was identified by Logan Baker of watch store Hodinkee during his match against Frances Tiafoe at the US Open in 2022. Rafael Nadal, who holds the record for the most Men’s Singles Grand Slam victories, was sporting his go-to Richard Mille watch at the time—the RM 27-04 Tourbillon—when he shockingly lost to American Frances Tiafoe in the 2022 U.S. Open‘s fourth round.
Open,” penned Logan Baker for the official Hodinkee website.
Previously, Nadal wore watches on both hands.
On his trip to Monte-Carlo, where he was due to compete in the inaugural ATP World Tour Masters 1000 clay court event of that season, Nadal posted a photo on his Facebook page in 2014.
The Spaniard was spotted smiling as usual while posing in front of a massive backdrop. The intriguing aspect was that he was wearing watches on both wrists. “Heading to Monte Carlo,” the 13-time Grand Slam winner captioned the image.
anticipating what will happen next Two watches were first spotted by Rafael Nadal supporters on Facebook, who said, “2 watches. Rafa, vamos! One of them was the $690,000 Tourbillon RM027 that he wore while competing.
Nadal previously remarked on that timepiece, “The watch isn’t felt by me. Because of how light it is, I get the impression that something is broken when I don’t wear the watch.” In addition to identifying Nadal‘s watch, Hodinkee also determined what timepiece Serena Williams was wearing.
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