On-field, court or on tracks, the world's leading athletes are seen wearing branded watches, simply signifying their love for it. Furthermore, leading watch companies also rope in these athletes to promote their brand. Thus, when in 2013, when Britain's Andy Murry won his first Wimbledon Men's Singles title, he was seen sporting a Rado Hyperchrome XXL which costs over Rs 2.5 lakhs.
The eight-time Olympic gold medalist took a zero-gravity flight over France on Wednesday (September 12), courtesy of a champagne producer.
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