REVOLUTION SWITZERLAND’s team joined Eterna recently for the Crédit Agricole Suisse Open Gstaad tennis tournament in the Bernese Alps where some of tennis’ big international names came to play on the high-altitude clay courts. On the program, three Swiss tennis men—Roger Federer, Stanislas Wawrinka and Marco Chiudinelli—all played and lost, leaving Russia’s Mikhail Youzhny to claim the trophy.


Tennis man Marco Chiudinelli signing autographs on the Eterna stand.


Eterna was not only present as sponsor to one of Switzerland’s favorite tennis tournaments, fondly called the “Wimbledon of the Alps,” but also to lend a hand to a good cause. After the quarter-finals, a gala evening was held to raise money for children suffering from Leukodystrophy, a group of rare genetic disorders. Eterna generously donated two of its bestselling timepieces—The Madison Eight-Days and the Vaughan Big Date—helping to contribute to a handsome 32,500 Swiss Francs collected during the soirée.