What was on Daniil Medvedev’s wrist at the US Open?
Let’s take a look at Daniil’s wrist game
Remember what I said about Rafa Nadal wearing a $1m Richard Mille timepiece while playing tennis? Yeah, Medvedev didn’t do that. And no wonder.
The Russian tennis player (No. 2 ATP) recently beat Djokovic at the US Open and while he was wearing no watch during the actual game, he was spotted wearing a Bovet 1822 Flying Tourbillon OttantaSei (’86’ in Italian), designed in partnership with Pininfarina, during celebrations while holding his trophy.
The 86 is the fourth lovechild of the 11-year collaboration between Bovet 1822 and Pininfarina,. The case incorporates two circular frames and four pieces of sapphire crystal, allowing you to see the 104-component flying tourbillon movement from any angle. The power reserve is 10 days.
Production is limited to 86 pieces - and it is available titanium, 18k red gold, platinum and PVD-treated titanium. Price upon request.