Posted on May 16, 2010 at 5:22 am
As the official partner of the French Open at Roland-Garros, the Swiss watchmaker Longines has decided to seek out future tennis champions during the spring and summer season of this year! The Chinese best recruit children of ‘Roland-Garros 2010 – Discover Longines Future Tennis Aces’ gather together for the final tournament in Beijing on May, 15th. Longines Ambassador of Elegance – Mr. Aaron Kwok presents at the venue to cheer and witness the winner. At the same time, Aaron also celebrates the opening of the Beijing Beichen Longines flagship store, and shows Admiral Ceramic Chronograph, the Longines new sporty watch.
Beijing in May comes with the radiant and enchanting sunshine at the beginning of the summer. The banner flaunt windward outside the Beijing Beichen shopping mall, which combine with Longines winged hourglass logo and the classical Icon of Roland Garros – clay pattern, showing the charming sports elegance of Longines. Beichen flagship store welcomed Longines Ambassador of Elegance-Aaron Kwok to cut ribbon for store opening and shows Admiral Ceramic Chronograph, the Longines new sporty watch.
After the opening, Aaron attended the final tournament of ‘Roland-Garros 2010 – Discover Longines Future Tennis Aces’ to cheer for the young competitors. The ‘Roland-Garros 2010 – Discover Longines Future Tennis Aces’ launch at Shanghai in early April and lasted for one month. Over 50 talented young players from the cities of 10 provinces gather together through training and semifinal, finally four groups of winner had been optimize to enter the final tournament. One male and one female victor of the China Beijing Final will be delegated as China to compete with other worldwide selected young winners for their dreams at the clay courts from June 2 to 7. Aaron Kwok and Dennis Li, Vice-president of Longines China, issued the prize to these two young winners, encouraging them to spread out their talent at the Roland-Garros, strive and thrive in their tennis development.