With just a few days to go until the French Open begins once more in Roland Garros, title champion Maria Sharapova and Japanese tennis ace Kei Nishikori answered the call from Omega Replica Watches for Sale to play the most original match on the circuit – in front of the boutique at 104 Champs-Elysées under the watchful eye of former tennis champion Michael Chang in the umpire’s chair.
Together, just for fun replica Omega and especially for the kids in hospital care for which Theodora provides relief through laughter, they competed in a most unusual tournament known as the Generosity Challenge. Each player took turns trying to hit targets on the boutique’s storefront window with foam balls.
The goal of the Generosity Challenge was to hit as many targets as possible in 2 x 3 minutes. Michael Chang held a Replica Omega Classic scoreboard which he activated each time the countdown began. Next, the two champions each coached a team of three children with their swing: they also had 2 x 3 minutes to hit as many targets with the foam balls as possible.
The event took place at 5:45 pm and was moderated by decathlon champion, TV commentator and Roland Garros presenter Marc Maury. Among the large crowd that formed in front of the boutique Omega fake watches there were banners written in Japanese and Russian, held up to cheer the two players on (fans signed them and wrote words of encouragement) during the challenge.
For the event’s finale, Mathieu Selzer, Director of Omega Replica Constellation France, presented Emmanuelle Vedrenne, Director of Theodora, with a check for 10,000 euros. The Theodora Association aims to lighten the load for kids in hospitals as well as autistic children in specialized institutions through visits by professional clowns specially trained to perform in care facilities and for young patents with special care needs.