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Follow the 2018 French Open with Longines, Official Timekeeper


May 04, 2018


Since 2007, Longines has been the Official Partner and Time Keeper of the French Open tournament. For the 11th anniversary of its involvement with Roland Garros, the brand celebrates its strong ties with this prestigious event. In the Roland Garros tennis courts, where performance meets elegance, are represented the values inherent to the winged hourglass brand, such as dynamism and refinement.

From 21 may until 10 june 2018, you will be able to follow the performances of the greatest tennis players in the world for a fortnight. As an Official Partner and Timekeeper of the French Open, Longines is proud to support this internationally famous event which is the perfect illustration of the key values of the brand: tradition, performance and elegance.

For the occasion, discover the Official watch of the event: the Conquest V.H.P. for men. A timepiece that ensures extreme accuracy combined with ultra-precision and high technicality all within the elegance that’s unique to Longines.

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This jewel of elegance and precision will meet the need of both athletes and sports fans all over the world. The accuracy and the elegance of the Conquest V.H.P. has seduced both André Agassi and Stefanie Graf, Longines ambassadors of elegance and legendary tennis players. .

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This year, Longines continues its involvement in the world of tennis as well as its future thanks to the Longines Future Tennis Aces tournament. At the Philippe Chatrier Court, up-and-coming tennis players from all over 20 countries including China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore, Japan, Korea, India, Thailand, Russia, Switzerland, the U.K, France, Italy, Germany, Spain, Mexico, Poland, Austria, the U.S. and Australia will compete in a tournament worthy of the greatest players. You will be able to follow the performances of these future tennis stars in their first international tournament on the Longines website.
Last year, the young Polish tennis player Martyn Pawelski was declared the winner of the 8th edition of the Longines Future Tennis Aces after his victory against Chak Lam Coleman (HKG) in the finals.

Follow the Longines Future Tennis Aces and the French Open directly on the Longines website: