Longines has a long history with the French Open. As a tennis player’s most trusted partner, Longines offers accurate timing guarantees for exciting matches in the arena. In 2013, Longines provided the official timing for the French Open for the seventh consecutive year, and for the second time together with ‘Roland Garros in Beijing’, the brand and tennis represented the elegance, tradition and the pursuit of excellence. Show to Chinese tennis audience and watch enthusiasts.
The ‘Longines Future Tennis Star of 2013’ finals was staged on the morning of June 1st in the Qianmen Square of the Paris City Hall. This game received strong support from the French Tennis Association and was held concurrently with the legendary clay court Grand Slam Roland Garros French Open. The 16 tennis juniors who participated in the game were all under 13 years old.They were from Australia, China, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Poland, Russia, Singapore, Spain, Switzerland, Taiwan, Britain and the United States. 16 countries and regions. As the presenter of the French Open Championship, Jean Gachassin, President of the French Tennis Association, attended the award ceremony and handed out the ‘Longines Future Tennis Star’ championship trophy to Rudolph, a young player from Germany. Rudolf Molleker. Two ‘Future Tennis Stars’ who advanced to the finals also received watches from Longines and a $ 2,000 prize to fund their sports equipment until the age of 16.
On another piece of land almost at the same time, from June 5th to 9th, 2013, Longines joined hands with ‘Roland Garros in Beijing’ to present Roland Garros to tennis audience and watch enthusiasts at the Beijing World Trade Center The unique charm of the French Open tennis event is a precious clay court, professional tennis equipment and a pure French Open atmosphere. As an official partner of the French Open, Longines focuses on the promotion of this legendary Grand Slam tennis tournament and provides professional and accurate timing. On the day of the event, participants can not only experience the pure clay court in Beijing, slap their hands in the Longines tennis speed measurement zone, but also watch up-to-date Longines’ new Compin series masterpieces, and experience the famous Swiss watchmaker Beyond 180 years of elegance, tradition and superior performance, it is the perfect collision of elegance and passion.
The ‘Longines Tennis Rising Star’ project aims to encourage tennis players aged 17 to 23 worldwide to strongly support the training of young tennis stars. At present, the players supported by the project include German player Sabine Lisicki, Chinese player Zheng Saisai, Bulgarian player Grigor Dimitrov, and Spanish player Robert Card Roberto Carballes Baena, American player Ryan Harrison, Brazilian player Tiago Fernandes, and Taiwanese player Yang Zonghua.