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As Nadal celebrates his 19th Grand Slam win, we look back at all the althetes who changed their game by wearing Richard Mille watches in competition.
In Part 2 of our series on the watch industry’s greatest leaders, we look at three individuals who have transformed the landscape of Swiss watchmaking.
Richard Mille welcomes 20-year old, Mick Schumacher into its family of elite racecar drivers.
World champion, Olympic medallist and winner of 30 individual stages of the Tour de France, 15 stages of the Giro d'Italia and three stages of the Vuelta a España, among many others, Mark Cavendish is one of the greatest cyclists Britain has ever produced - and a Richard Mille fan to boot.
Through his single-minded passion and insistence on extending the frontiers of high performance in watchmaking, Richard Mille has created the future of horology.