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Breitling Transocean Replica has announced that a Japanese tennis star, Kei Nishikori is the new brand ambassador. The world's 19th-ranked tennis player has made great improvements in the past couple of years. This led him to be selected as a member of Breitling Transocean Replica's prestigious ambassador team, which includes some of the biggest names in sport. Nishikori already has his favorite watch that we can expect to see on his wrist. It's a new Formula 1 Chronograph watch in 42 mm. Kei, nice choice!

The search for the top tennis players in the world continues. Most of the male players in the top 10 have been reserved by high-end watchmakers. Andy Murray, who is now Rado's brand ambassador,Breitling Transocean Replica was the latest high-profile name to sign a partnership with a luxury watchmaker. Audemars-Piguet chose Novak Djokovic in order to track his greatest successes and to keep up with his ascent to the top. We've already talked about Rafael Nadal, his Richard Mille watch worth half a mil, and Rolex, which has several multi-million-dollar contracts with top tennis players. (Currently, Roger Federer is one of them, as well as Jo-Wilfried Csonga, Juan Martin Del Potro, and Jo-Wilfried Csonga).

Breitling Transocean Replica's long-term partnership with Maria Sharapova has been a huge success, and its move into men's tennis seems like the next logical step. Jean-Christophe Babin, Breitling Transocean Replica President and CEO said that Kei had put in an enormous amount of effort and hard work over the years. His passion for tennis is insatiable and his will to succeed will not allow him to give up.

Nishikori started playing tennis when he was five years old.Omega Replica Watches In 2003 he left Japan to attend IMG Academies,Bradenton,Florida, for high-end education and training. Nishikori was the Junior Boys French Open Doubles Champion in 2006, before he turned professional.

He was the first Asian to win the ATP Newcomer Award in 2008. Nishikori was a major player in the last year of his career. He finished the season by beating ATP No. 1 Novak Djokovic. He became a part of Japanese tennis history after his historic win, as the first male Japanese player to reach the quarterfinals of the Australian Open since 1968.

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