Vamos Carlos Alcaraz! Judging by the rather animated (read: hilarious) facial expressions from the likes of Brad Pitt, Daniel Craig, Jonathan Bailey, Andrew Garfield and Tom Hiddleston on Centre Court yesterday, it’s clear that a) a lot of really famous people really care about tennis, and b) practically all of them were cheering on the young Spaniard as he put an end to Novak Djokovic’s Wimbledon dominance.
Unreal tennis aside, the match provided some pretty extraordinary replica watch spots – including the players themselves.
Daniel Craig – Fake OMEGA Seamaster Planet Ocean GMT ‘Good Planet’
Serving up the look of the day, we don’t envisage there ever being a time when Daniel Craig isn’t the best dressed to whatever it is he’s attending, and the same applies to his wristwear. In the Royal Box, it was no surprise to see a Seamaster popping out from the retired 007’s perfectly tailored suit jacket – it’s Bond’s go-to and old habits die hard. But this cheap fake Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean GMT ‘Good Planet’ isn’t a model that’s often spotted in the wild. Proceeds for this limited edition piece went to a project to preserve coral reefs in the oceans of Southeast Asia, so we are doubly down with this choice.
Jonathan Bailey – Replica Omega De Ville Tresor Master Chronometer Small Seconds
We will never know what sweet nothings the Bridgerton actor was whispering into Ariana Grand’s ear, but at least we can confirm he was doing so while donning an aaa quality replica Omega De Ville Tresor Master Chronometer Small Seconds. His father’s top copy Omega De Ville was what originally got him into watches, so this is a nice full circle moment for Bailey.
Carlos Alcaraz – Copy Rolex Cosmograph Daytona Yellow Gold
Sporting a gold Rollie when you win your first Wimbledon is quite a vibe though (sorry Novak). The 1:1 replica Rolex Daytona is a statement at the best of times, but on this stage in front of the world’s adoring media, it’s a hands-down winner. Wimbledon and Rolex have serious history together – Roger Federer for starters – so it was a fitting end to an absorbing two weeks to see Alcaraz following in The Fed’s footsteps in more ways than one.