Andy Murray Almost Couldn't Find His Sponsor's Watch, Panicked For A Bit
Sep 12, 2012 13:10
What do you do when you just won your first grand slam? Contrary to popular celebratory acts, Andy Murray's first words were, "I don't have my watch".
"I don't have it, I don't have it," he said, pointing to his wrist and looking up to his girlfriend Kim Sears for help. "Have you got my watch? I don't have my watch," he asked of her, before she pointed to one of his bags. Murray eventually retrieved his £2,500 D-Star Automatic Chronograph from his bag in time to show it off to the world.
But why was he so worried about the watch? That's because he recently signed a sponsorship deal with watchmakers Rado and he was moments away from taking a picture lifting the trophy.
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