The concept of wearing a watch while playing on the court is atypical. In fact, to date, only a small number of tennis wear their watches while playing. Serena Williams is one of them. Williams, who is a brand ambassador for Audemars Piguet, was wearing one of the company’s luxury watches while on the court. During her 22nd major championship victory at Wimbledon 2016, world number 1 female tennis player worn Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore watch in rose gold with diamonds and a rubber strap.
A new “Lady Tapisserie” design gives the dial of this Royal Oak Offshore chronograph a softer look, perfectly offsetting the 37 mm case size. A precise circular grain sweeps around the dial, playing with light and shadow. The case is crafted in 18-carat pink gold and features glareproofed sapphire crystal, screw-locked crown,and is water-resistant to 50 m. The setting contains 32 brilliant-cut diamonds; ~1.02 carats (bezel).
Silver-toned dial comes with new “Lady Tapisserie” pattern, circular-grained external zone, pink gold applied hour-markers and Royal Oak hands with luminescent coating.
The watch comes on white rubber strap with 18-carat pink gold AP folding clasp.
Now, you can have the same watch like Serena Williams, although her version of Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore watch which we saw on her wrist at Wimbledon 2016 is a left-handed model which should be worn on the right hand since its crown is positioned on left hand side of the case. Serena Williams always wears her AP on the left wrist.