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Citizen releases new ad with Victoria Azarenka

Luxury watches and top tennis players go hand in hand – Ana Ivanovic and Caroline Wozniacki are with Rolex, Maria Sharapova promotes Tag Heuer, Julia Goerges is sponsored by Rado – and world No.1 Victoria Azarenka is no exception, sealing the deal with Citizen in August 2012 and now appearing in their new advertisements.

In particular, the Belarusian is the ambassador of the Citizen Eco-Drive line, featuring environmentally-friendly watches powered by light, touted as the watches that "never need a battery". Citizen prides itself for keeping over 40 million batteries out of landfills and Azarenka especially likes the fact that she's working with a company dedicated to environmental protection. (source: The Slice)

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6 thoughts on “Citizen releases new ad with Victoria Azarenka

  1. Mirjana

    Beautiful watch, but there's too much photoshop on Vika's picture… She looks more like a doll, than a real person. o.O

  2. Marija Post author

    The watches are awesome! I'm writing so much about these luxury brands like Rolex, Citizen and the like that I have developed a fascination with high-class watches haha. Still out of my range, unfortunately. :P

  3. Andy Edwards

    So you really think some fucking corporate whore who didn't wear the watch during winning the competition allows you as a company to tell me it's the choice of champions
    GET FUCKED DICK HEADS!!!!!!

  4. Tulp

    Oh, well, if he cleans his language up, he'll be left with only particles, conjunctions and exclamation marks – utterly unable to express himself. I, for one, would gladly spare him the misery and simply block his access to the commentary section of the blog – which would really be a blessing-in-disguise: he'd have more time to talk to his own mother, sister, girlfriend/wife, etc.

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