Rolex supports well-known tennis events, players and organizations. Whether it’s the Australian Open, Roland Garros, Wimbledon and the US Open, or even the legendary Swiss Roger Federer, the brand is committed to driving great achievements in tennis. This philosophy stems from a rich partnership that is spanning more than four decades, it shows a constant quest for progress and a respect for the movement’s heritage.

For more than six decades, Rolex has supported the development of equestrianism and has seen the sport reach its peak. Rolex is inseparable from the equestrian world, and has established a deep partnership with elite jockeys and famous events such as Rolex Grand Slam Show Jumping, Royal Windsor Horse Show, etc..

For more than 50 years, Rolex also has been inseparable from the game of golf. The brand has always been an active supporter of the sport, with a relationship that began in 1967 and it has important collaboration with Arnold Palmer. Since then, the brand’s partnership with the sport of golf has grown closer, promoting the sport in a variety of ways, supporting outstanding golfers, major professional tours and governing bodies, and various annual golf events.

Rolex’s strong association with racing and speed began in the 1930s. Rolex’s insistence on outstanding performance and extraordinary precision has led the brand to join forces with Formula 1, as well as the historic enduro and classic races.

Mark Webber from Australia is an elite motorsports player who also excels in Formula 1 and endurance racing. He has won the FIA World Endurance Championship and was runner-up at the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 2015. His impressive Formula 1 Grand Prix victory came on the streets of Monaco, where he has won two titles on the challenging circuit. His racing career proved his talent and established his role as the face of Rolex.