Melbourne, Monday, January 30, 2017-Serena Williams perfectly interprets Swiss fine watchmaking brand Audemars Piguet’s ‘managing the rules, creating the Innovation ‘brand concept. On January 28th (Saturday), Serena Williams defeated her sister Venus Williams in the straight set of the Australian Open final, winning her 23rd Grand Slam trophy in her career . In this competition, she wore an Audemars Piguet millennial women’s watch in rose gold, breaking a record of 22 Grand Slam titles held by Stefanie Graf.
Serena Williams wears the Audemars Piguet Millennium Women’s Watch in rose gold (item 77247OR.ZZ.A812CR.01) with a pearly white alligator strap
Serena Williams has dominated women’s professional tennis for many years, creating many extraordinary achievements. In September 1999, she won her first Grand Slam career in New York. To date, Serena Williams has won the Australian Open Women’s Singles Championship 7 times, in 2003, 2005, 2007, 2009, 2010, 2015 and 2017. The Australian Open’s victory also returned Serena Williams to the top spot in women’s tennis.
Audemars Piguet has dedicated a new short film to the 35-year-old tennis champion to pay tribute to her excellence. In this shocking black-and-white short film, Serena Williams recites an excerpt from the poem ‘If If’ by the English poet Rudyard Kipling and changes the last sentence to herself A fascinating interpretation.
‘If you can win countless laurels,
Desperate, poker again,
Even if it fails, start again from the beginning,
Never complained about failure;
Even if people leave you, you can still
Hold your ground and go all out,
When you have nothing left,
Only will will tell you ‘persist!’;
If you talk to people and stay humble,
Go with the king, but not flattering;
If neither your opponent nor your friend can hurt you,
If everyone trusts you but doesn’t rely too much on it;
If you can spend every minute,
Turned into a struggle of sixty seconds-
You have the whole world,
More importantly, sister, you will become an extraordinary woman. ‘