www.worldwatcheweb.com-On June 6, 2010, tennis prince Rafael Nadal returned to the throne at the French Open, winning his match against Swedish player Robin Soderling The fifth French Open. At the end of the two-week game, he won seven games and the Spanish player is unbeatable.
The unquestionable victory is also an affirmation of another major challenge: the victory of the tourbillon RM 027, which was designed by Richard Mille for Rafael Nadal and accompanied the Majorcan Warrior at the Roland Garros clay court , An invincible global performance.
Following this ultimate test, RM 027 is expected to accompany this world champion in every major international competition. As a reward to watchmaker Richard Mille, he once again broke the limit of innovation, and also added multiple tests so that his manual winding tourbillon movement can fully withstand the tough style of Rafael Nadal.
Richard Mille built the world’s lightest mechanical watch for him: almost 18 grams including the strap.
Source: Richard Mille