Andy Murray: the new face of Rado

The Rado D-Star 200 Collection, which is also the official tournament watch of the Aegon Championships at the Queen’s Club this week, is teaming up with Murray for the 2012 spring/summer season.

Rado CEO Matthias Breschan said that “Rado admires [Murray’s] true talent and perfectionism – and at the same time can identify totally with his ‘racquet rebel’ side”.

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Murray, who has 22 ATP titles and was the first British teenager to reach the top 100 in over 30 years, is seen as a perfect candidate for Rado, which says that breakthroughs and world records punctuate its history.

“I’m really excited about joining the Rado team. The brand is all about edgy style and performance, and timing, precision and accuracy are vitally important for me, whether that relates to fitness drills, measuring my performance or striking a tennis ball,” said Murray.

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