Intriguing 6-Figure Worth Detail From $8,000,000,000 Brand Found as Carlos Alcaraz Sports Insane Possession After Outlasting Novak Djokovic to Win Maiden Wimbledon Crown

Published 07/16/2023, 4:02 PM EDT

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In a spectacular display of talent and determination, Spanish tennis prodigy Carlos Alcaraz emerged as the 2023 Wimbledon champion after defeating world no.2 Novak Djokovic. The 20-year-old Spaniard, who has been touted as the next big thing in the tennis world, proved his mettle on the iconic Centre Court of the All England Club, etching his name in the annals of tennis history.

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After his exceptional win, as he moved forward to lift the trophy, one of the things that caught everyone’s attention was his choice of accessories. Except for his dominance on the court, what also dominated on the grass courts during his victory was his extraordinary choice of watch.

Carlos Alcaraz wears a discontinued Rolex as he lifts his first Wimbledon trophy

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In the world of sports, it is a well-known fact that champions and luxury timepieces share a deep connection. This bond was once again on full display when Spanish tennis sensation Carlos Alcaraz celebrated his first Wimbledon victory, wearing a discontinued Rolex Cosmograph Daytona ‘Meteorite’ 116518LN in 18k yellow gold.

The timepiece, as exquisite and unique as Alcaraz’s performance on the hallowed grass courts of the All England Club, was the perfect accessory to commemorate his meteoric rise to the pinnacle of the tennis world. Not just that, sporting a watch whose brand’s net worth is more than $8 billion dollars surely left a mark on his fans.

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The Rolex Cosmograph Daytona ‘Meteorite’ 116518LN, a watch that is as rare and precious as the young Spaniard’s talent, is a testament to the brand’s commitment to precision, performance, and elegance. This discontinued model, crafted in luxurious 18k yellow gold, features a striking meteorite dial that is truly out of this world.

The combination of the gold case, black Cerachrom bezel, and Oysterflex bracelet create an aesthetic that is both bold and sophisticated, much like Alcaraz’s game on the court. This timepiece’s allure is further enhanced by its rarity, making it a highly sought-after collector’s item for watch enthusiasts and millionaires alike.

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However, Carlos’ watch was just one of the things that caught the attention of his fans. What made them unbelievably happy was definitely his second Grand Slam win.

Carlos secures his second Grand Slam after defeating the ‘GOAT’

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Amidst so much debate about Novak being the GOAT , tennis fans were very eager to watch this finale, as they wanted to see if Djokovic will be able to live up to his title. However, unlike the French Open 2023, the stars did not align for Novak this time and Carlos won instead.

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This will be the second Grand Slam win for him. Earlier in 2022, he won the Grand Slam at the U.S. Open. But as far as Wimbledon goes, this is the first time he has won it and announced himself as the next best thing in tennis.

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Ishmeet Kaur

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Ishmeet Kaur is a tennis writer at EssentiallySports. Although she completed her Masters in Business Administration, her passion for writing motivated her to hone her skills as a Content Writer. After sharpening her skills in writing and managing content, Ishmeet finally stepped into her dream field: sports journalism.
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