In today’s tennis scene, there’s a singular figure capturing everyone’s attention: Carlos Alcaraz. The 20-year-old Spanish prodigy showcased his remarkable talent by defeating the seven-time Wimbledon champion Novak Djokovic in an epic battle lasting nearly five hours during the men’s singles final at Wimbledon. However, it wasn’t solely Alcaraz’s impeccable strokes and tactical maneuvers that mesmerized spectators. His choice to sport a flawless replica Rolex Cosmograph Daytona while hoisting the championship trophy was impossible to overlook, serving as a statement beyond mere fashion.
Much like Wimbledon, the esteemed tennis event steeped in tradition and prestige, UK’s inexpensive counterfeit Rolex brand is renowned for its heritage and magnificence. Featuring a unique meteorite dial sourced from the Gibeon meteorite, a celestial body older than Earth itself, Alcaraz’s timepiece pays homage to the storied legacy of Wimbledon’s courts and the sport of tennis overall. The discontinuation of meteorite dials from Rolex’s Daytona collection earlier this year has rendered the tennis player’s watch even more scarce. However, Rolex currently offers a comparable replica Rolex Cosmograph Daytona model in 18k yellow gold, complete with the same bezel and Oysterflex bracelet, catering to those seeking to emulate the style, albeit at a price of $30,600.
When it comes to Alcaraz, we can expect to see him adorned with a Swiss-made knockoff Rolex on many future occasions—perhaps while clutching yet another championship trophy. Becoming a Rolex brand ambassador at a mere 18 years old, he showcased another premium counterfeit Rolex Cosmograph Daytona (Ref. 116500LN) when he clinched his inaugural Grand Slam title at the U.S. Open in 2022. Who knows, it could very well be his lucky talisman.