All eyes in the tennis world will be on Key Biscayne, FL this weekend for the finals of the 2015 Miami Open. Today the Men’s Singles Semi-Finals and Women’s Doubles Semi-Finals will be played at the Crandon Park Tennis Center in Miami. Tomorrow, the Women’s Singles Final and Men’s Doubles Final will be played. The tournament concludes on Sunday with the Men’s Singles Final and Women’s Doubles Final.
Popular American tennis pro American Serena Williams is the favorite to victor in the Women’s Final on Saturday against Spanish player Carla Suarez-Navarro, while Serbian Novak Djokovic and Britain’s Andy Murray are the favorites to compete against each in Sunday’s competition. Murray faces Czech player Tomas Berdych in today’s Semi-Finals, while Djokovic goes up against Spanish player David Ferrer in today’s semi-finals as well.
Timing is everything on and off the court for players Murray, Djokovic and Williams especially the timepiece they choose to wear during a match. Williams has been seen wearing a Casio on her wrist during many competitions, while Djokovic and Murray are the brands ambassadors for Seiko and Rado respectively.
The Seiko chronograph is stainless steel is an outstanding choice for today’s active man. This bold and masculine men’s timepiece is ideal for the rigors of the tennis court and wherever else you choose to go. The amply proportioned case in brushed and polished stainless steel is presented on an attractive multi-link bracelet in brushed and polished steel.
A stationary black ion-plated steel bezel encircles the black chronograph dial with three subdials, an automatic date calendar, luminous sword hands and baton hour markers. Features include 1/10th of a second, small-second and 60-minute registers.
Quality quartz movement inside assures you of time-keeping accuracy. Chronograph is 44mm in diameter, 11mm thick and water-resistant to 100 meters or 330 feet.
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