2016 Longines Future Tennis Stars Staged A Paris Matchup Spanish Teenager Mary Lopez Asked For The Crown

[May 28, 2016, Paris, France] As the official partner and official timekeeper of the French Open, the famous Swiss watch manufacturer Longines holds the ‘Longines Future Tennis Star’ (Longines Future) Tennis Aces) event, carefully explore the global young talents with great potential. On May 28th, the event was staged in a fierce final in the La Defense business district in Paris as the French Open fought. In the end, Spanish teenager María Dolores López Martínez defeated Russian teenager Kristina Volgapkina. Well-known professional tennis players Arantxa Sanchez and Kim Clijsters came to the scene to present a wonderful show with two young players. Juan-Carlos Capelli, Global Vice President and Marketing Director of Longines, and Jean Gachassin, President of the French Tennis Association, present a trophy to the champion and a Longines Concans Roland Garros Special Edition. Longines will also fund her tennis equipment until the age of 16.

‘Longines Future Tennis Star’ staged a showdown in the La Defense business district in Paris

2016 Longines Future Tennis Stars Tournament staged in Paris: Longines Future Tennis Star Awards (from left to right: famous professional tennis player Sanchez, Longines Global Vice President and Marketing Director Juan Carlos Capelli , Tournament champion Spanish teenager Marie Lopez, President of the French Tennis Association, Mr. Jean Garciasson)

2016 Longines Future Tennis Star Tournament staged in Paris: Longines Future Tennis Star Awards (from left to right: Mr. Juan Carlos Capelli, Global Vice President and Marketing Director of Longines, runner-up Russian Junior G (Ristina, Mr. Jean Garciasson, President of the French Tennis Association, Kristels, a famous professional tennis player)

Longines Concas Roland Garros Special Edition

   The “Longines Future Tennis Star of 2016” final came to the La Defense business district of Paris on the morning of May 28th. It was staged in an elegant atmosphere with a modern charm and French style, and was held at the same time as the red clay Grand Slam The French Open tennis tournament shines brightly. In the intense competition, Spanish teenager Marie Lopez beat Russian teenager Kristina and won the championship. After the match, former tennis professionals Sanchez and Crystals also presented a wonderful doubles show with two young players.

The “Longines Future Tennis Star” staged a wonderful showdown, with young players taking part in a clay court event in the La Defense business district in Paris.

Spanish teenager Marie Lopez wins ‘Longines Future Tennis Star’ championship trophy

Spanish teenager Mary Lopez’s final swing moment

   Mr. Juan-Carlos Capelli, Global Vice President and Marketing Director of Longines, and Mr. Jean Gachassin, President of the French Tennis Association, present the trophy to Mary Lopez, and A Longines Concas Roland Garros special edition watch. As the tournament champion, Mary Lopez was also invited to attend the second round of the French Open draw on May 29 at the Central Stadium.

Spanish teenager Mary Lopez competes with Russian teenager Kristina

Spanish teenager Mary Lopez competes with Russian teenager Kristina

Well-known professional tennis players Sanchez and Kristels join hands with Spanish teenager Mary Lopez and Russian teenager Kristina in a doubles exhibition match

Well-known professional tennis players Sanchez and Kristels join hands with Spanish teenager Mary Lopez and Russian teenager Kristina in a doubles exhibition match

   Longines has been an official partner and official timekeeper of the French Open since 2007. With the strong support of the French Tennis Association, Longines has presented the ‘Future Tennis Star’ event for the seventh consecutive year since 2010, thereby conveying its support and commitment to youth tennis, and more carefully interpreting elegance, tradition and excellence Relentless pursuit of performance. The 16 young players participating this year are from Australia, China, India, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Poland, Russia, Singapore, Spain, Switzerland, Taiwan, South Korea and the United States. Before the game, the young players were trained at the Longines Academy to familiarize themselves with playing on the clay court, and two experienced tennis coaches Séverine Beltrame ) And Rémi Barbarin for professional technical guidance.

Well-known professional tennis players Sanchez and Kristels join hands with Spanish teenager Mary Lopez and Russian teenager Kristina in a doubles exhibition match

The “Longines Future Tennis Star” staged a wonderful showdown, with young players taking part in a clay court event in the La Defense business district in Paris.

The “Longines Future Tennis Star” staged a wonderful showdown, with young players taking part in a clay court event in the La Defense business district in Paris.

   At the same time, Longines has also launched a special edition of the Rocas-Garros watch from the Concas series, in praise of the French Open, which has attracted worldwide attention. Combining sporty style with the brand’s signature elegance, this watch has an anthracite sun dial. The iconic orange element symbolizes the clay of Roland Garros, and the bottom cover is printed with the French Open logo, which illustrates Longines’ enthusiasm and respect for this peak of clay.
[Watch description]

Longines Concas Roland Garros Special Edition Watch No. L3.379.4.79.6 New Price
   In commemoration of Longines’ tenth consecutive time as the official timekeeper of the French Open, Longines presents a special edition of the Rocas-Garros watch by the Concas series for tennis enthusiasts, to pay tribute to the highly anticipated French Open . This watch has an anthracite dial. The orange hands, dial and orange hour markers on the flange collar symbolize the red clay of Roland Garros tennis court, and the back of the table is engraved with the French Open logo. 36 mm diameter stainless steel case with L538 quartz movement, dial showing hours, minutes and seconds, 1/10 second counter at 2 o’clock, date display at 4 o’clock, 6 o’clock and 10 o’clock There are small seconds and a 30-minute counter. Water-resistant to 30 bar, stainless steel bracelet with triple folding safety clasp.