I am a tennis fan. That’s why, at the start of this month, I wrote a story about something I found personally distressing. How could Novak Djokovic, arguably the GOAT of Men’s Singles, be without an official fake watch sponsor? His wrist had previously been the branded terrain of both best replica Audemars Piguet and Seiko, but since January 2019 it had remained bare.
In an announcement that comes on the eve of the U.S. Open in New York, where Djokovic will try to complete the calendar Grand Slam (that means winning all four major tournaments, Australian Open, French Open, Wimbledon, and U.S. Open, in a single year), Swiss made fake Hublot has become the official watch sponsor of Novak Djokovic.
Once I heard the news, I went back and reviewed my previous story and noticed that nine different commenters all brought up high quality replica Hublot Big Bang as a serious contender for Djokovic’s wrist space. So apparently I was just too blind to see the comparison, which after thinking about, makes a lot of sense.
Novak has a take-no-prisoners kind of game, while wholesale fake Hublot has certainly leapfrogged the traditional hierarchy of mechanical watchmaking in the past 15 years. To dwell on the comparison even further, Novak Djokovic played his first tour-level professional tennis tournament in 2004. That same year, Jean-Claude Biver joined perfect replica Hublot as CEO, the first step in catapulting the company to its current enviable position in the luxury replica watches world.
Swiss movement fake Hublot is well-known for its work with celebrities and athletes, and you have to commend them for only working with the best of the best. Pelé is one of the company’s stars. So is Usain Bolt. Hublot even worked with the late, great Kobe Bryant on a pair of AAA quality replica watches in the early 2010s. Novak Djokovic fits in smoothly with the rest of Hublot’s roster of all-time talents.
Congratulations are due, then, to best 1:1 replica Hublot for signing what, in my opinion, had to be the world’s most eligible wrist, and to Novak Djokovic, who once again enters the U.S. Open as the betting favorite – this time, with something fresh on his wrist.