Interview of Li Na about her story with Rolex replica watches

Rolex replica watches

Until nowadays, the Australian Open in Melbourne keep its position at the one of the most treasured annual events on the local sporting calendar for tennis fans, although back in 1950s and 60s, Australian tennis may not be as strong today. In the last 30 years, due to the fact that we haven’t had many national champions, hiring champions overseas and making them become one of us becomes a tradition.
Including Marat Safin (Russia), Stefan Edberg (Sweden), Andre Agassi (USA), ‘our’ Kim Clijsters (Belgium), and Marcos Baghdatis (Cyprus), all of these are famous champions that were hired overseas. Another player who has found a place in this extended Australian family is Li Na, the massively popular 2014 Australian Open Champion. So much so, that despite retiring at the end of 2014, Li is back in Melbourne as a guest of both the Australian Open tournament and long-time sponsor Rolex.
There is absolutely nothing wrong in sporting a Rolex replica just to project a luxurious image, people who can afford paying premium do the same exact thing with the originals. After they have retired, it’s time to sever the relationship and find the next-big-thing. However, as for Rolex, it is distinct. Jackie Stewart, who is famous for tailoring his shirts a couple of inches short on his left cuff to allow his replica rolex watch to be seen at all times, last drove a Formula 1 car in 1973, yet are still a proud Rolex Testimonee (the official title of Rolex’s ambassadors) today. Similarly, Jack Nicklaus won his last Major championship in 1986, but remains a central part of the Rolex family.
During the Australian Open to talk about life after tennis, it was very lucky that we had chance to meet Li Na, Rolex Testimonee and first Chinese Grand Slam finalist and winner, replica watches and in the near future battle with the man who was her coach as well as her husband, Jiang Shan over her recent gift from Rolex replica watches. After Li famously mentioned him in one of her post-match interviews, her husband is a familiar fixture at the Australian Open to some extent as well.