Roger and Mirka Federer’s Rolex Watches

Roger Federer, Swiss tennis legend and 20 Grand Slam singles titleholder, has been a Rolex ambassador for a decade. Practically every grail watch that Rolex collectors pine for has been seen on his wrist. There is, however, one other Federer whose Rolex collection is to die for – his wife, Mirka Federer.

A former tennis player herself, Mirka is often seen at the stands, cheering for her husband and sporting an eye-catching Rolex. Between the two of them, the Federer couple has a GOAT-worthy Rolex collection composed of classics and complex and aspirational timepieces. Check out the his and hers watches of Roger and Mirka Federer:

 

GMT Master II Batman

 

Rolex GMT Master II Batman

Roger first sported the Rolex GMT-Master II Batman after his 5th Australian Open win. With its blue and black Cerachrom bezel, it was a perfect ode to the blue hardcourts of the tournament.

Introduced in 2013, the Batman broke what Rolex initially thought was the impossibility of having two colors on a single block of ceramic. The original Batman was equipped with an Oyster bracelet, and was later updated in 2019 with a Jubilee bracelet and a new generation Rolex 3285 movement.

 


 

Sky Dweller Blue

 

Rolex Sky-Dweller Blue Dial

The Sky-Dweller is Rolex’s timepiece for the global traveller. Featuring a dual timezone and an annual calendar in one easy to read dial, this is perfect for Roger’s demanding travel schedule.

Introduced in 2012, the Sky-Dweller is a relatively new addition to the Rolex portfolio. It was initially offered only in all-gold, but has since been released in a Rolesor finish. Roger wears the steel and 18k white gold construction, which is incredibly popular as it offers a more affordable price point than all-gold Sky-Dwellers.

 


 

 

Rolex Daytona 50th Anniversary Edition

If Roger loves deep blue, Mirka favors ice blue on her Rolex. This model marked the half-century of the Rolex Daytona, and Rolex gave it the special treatment indeed. Made in 950L platinum, with a chestnut brown ceramic bezel and a glacier blue dial used only on platinum models, this is a very luxurious take on the iconic chronograph.

 


 

Datejusr Grey Dial

 

Rolex Datejust 41 Grey Green Dial

In 2009, Roger wore a Datejust 41 as he proudly raised his eighth Wimbledon trophy above his head. It was a historic win that would make him the only player to have won eight trophies at the tournament.

Rolex fans were quick to notice the two-tone, grey dial Rolex Datejust 41, whose dial has since been named “the Wimbledon”. The gorgeous slate dial features green Roman numerals – the official color of Rolex and a nod to the Wimbledon’s green fields.

 


 

 

Rolex Day-Date 40 Green Emerald Platinum

Mirka’s choice of green comes in this extra rare Rolex Day-Date 40 platinum with a combination of diamonds and emeralds. This mesmerizing timepiece features a full pavé diamond dial, while the bezel and 6 and 9 o’clock markers are set with baguette cut emeralds. The Rolex date marker in green completes the look.

 


 

Yachtmaster White Gold Platinum

 

Rolex Yachtmaster II White Gold Platinum

The Rolex Yacht-Master II boasts of Rolex’s largest case size and also one of its most complicated movements – the calibre 4161. In addition to featuring self-winding technology, it also includes a programmable countdown and convenient Fly-Back function, aimed at timing regatta races.

This model combines an 18k white gold case and bracelet with a remarkable 950 platinum bezel, creating an understated yet luxurious feel. The white dial offers the perfect balance to the blue regatta countdown timer and red countdown hands.

 


 

 

Rolex Daytona White Gold Rainbow Bezel

Mirka’s choice white gold timepiece is a vibrant one – the Rolex Daytona Rainbow. The Rainbow edition Daytona was first offered in yellow gold, and later on in rose gold; and this white gold edition is the most understated yet. It gives full attention to the multi-coloured baguette-cut sapphires that form a glittering rainbow around the bezel. The colorful touches fit perfectly on the masculine and sporty watch, creating a unique appeal.

 


 

Sky Dweller Chocolate Brown Everose

 

Rolex Sky-Dweller Everose Gold

Aside from his blue dial Rolex Sky-Dweller, Roger also has the Everose gold edition of the globetrotter’s timepiece. It combines Rolex’s most complicated movement – one that powers both a dual time and annual calendar – with an impressive design.

The clever timepiece features a second time zone around the center of the dial and an annual calendar above each coordinating hour marker, creating a dial that packs a lot of features but is easy to read. Rolex pairs the warm Everose finish with a rich chocolate brown dial and a matching brown leather bracelet.

 


 

Yachtmaster

 

Rolex Yachtmaster Everose Oysterflex with Multi-Color Bezel

Mirka’s choice Everose timepiece is the Rolex Yacht-Master 40 with a multi-color gem-set bezel. This version of the Yacht-Master is pretty much the same as the original Everose and Oysterflex model launched in 2015, this time featuring Rolex’s impressive gem-setting technique that Mirka sure loves.

Here the bezel is set with 32 sapphires, eight tsavorites and one diamond, forming a perfect circle, giving a vibrant and opulent look to an otherwise sporty timepiece.

 

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PHOTO CREDITS: Main photo from GQ / Saeed Khan ; Wearing Rolex Sky-Dweller from GQ.com / Rob Foldy ; Rolex Yachtmaster II from HK Tatler / Christian Liewig ; Rolex Wimbledon from Amit Devhanda ; Mirka Federer’s photos from RolexMagazine.com
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