Roger Federer Watch Collection

Roger Federer Watch Collection: Valued At $1,000,000

We recently took a deep dive into Novak Djokovic’s watch collection and what he likes to wear on his wrist. But guess what? It seems like Roger Federer, the Swiss tennis legend, is not far behind in the race for the title of all-time greatest tennis player. And you know what else he’s got going on? A pretty impressive watch collection!

With a remarkable 20 Grand Slam wins under his belt, it’s no surprise that Federer has an eye for luxury timepieces. We’ll be taking a closer look at his watch collection and exploring the stylish pieces he’s been spotted wearing both on and off the court. Get ready to be wowed by Federer’s taste in watches!

Roger Federer Watch Collection Overview

CollectionWorth: $1,000,000
Rolex Daytona “Orange” Ref. 116588SACO$300,000
Vintage Rolex Daytona “Big Red” Ref. 6263$120,000 to $150,000
Platinum Rolex Daytona Ref. 116506$150,000
Rolex Oyster Perpetual 41 Green$6,000
Rolex Oyster Perpetual 41 Yellow$20,000
Rolex Sky Dweller Rose Gold Brown$45,000 to $60,000
Rolex Day-Date Platinum Ref. 218206$78,000
Rolex Day-Date with Green Dial Ref. 228235$50,000
Rolex GMT-MASTER II 126720VTNR$12,000
Rolex Milgauss$10,000 to $12,000
Rolex Sky-Dweller Ref. 326934$15,000
Rolex Day-Date Rose Gold Ref. 228235 Brown Dial$45,000
Rolex GMT-MASTER II$10,000
Rolex Daytona Ref. 116500$30,000

Rolex Daytona “Orange” Ref. 116588SACO

Federer's Rolex Daytona “Orange” Ref. 116588SACO

At his ‘Goodbye’ announcement in Wimbledon 2022, Roger Federer wore a Rolex Daytona “Orange” Ref. 116588SACO . This is the most expensive item in Federer Rolex collection.  

Presenting an exceedingly rare Daytona variant, this wristwatch boasts a gleaming yellow gold case, featuring a bezel adorned with 32 impeccably faceted orange sapphires and complemented by 11 baguette-cut orange sapphire markers.

Like other modern Daytonas, it has a special automatic movement that can run for 72 hours. Its fancy design makes it best for dressing up, only for special events like Federer at Wimbledon in 2022.

The Rolex Daytona in the “Orange” configuration commands a retail price of $87,000. However, this unconventional timepiece is a veritable rarity and challenging to acquire through official channels. For those fortunate enough, it may occasionally surface on the secondary market at a premium, with prices reaching as high as $300,000.

Vintage Rolex Daytona “Big Red” Ref. 6263

Federer's Rolex Daytona “Big Red” Ref. 6263

The next item in the Federer Rolex Collection is the Vintage Rolex Daytona “Big Red” Ref. 6263. It comes with a 37mm case, a manual winding movement, and a stainless steel Oyster bracelet.

This Rolex is one of the most legendary and iconic watches when it comes to the luxury category, it has a black acrylic bezel that is no longer seen in modern Daytonas, and the price ranges from $120,000 to $150,000 on today’s market.

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Roger Federer’s Platinum Rolex Daytona Ref. 116506

Roger Federer Watch Collection - Roger Federer's Platinum Rolex Daytona Ref. 116506

During the 2019 Hopman Cup, Roger Federer has been wearing a Platinum Rolex Daytona Ref. 116506. This is one of the most beautiful watches Rolex has ever produced.

The platinum Daytona Ref. 116506 runs on the caliber 4131, an in-house automatic movement prized for its precision of -2/+2 sec/day and a substantial 72-hour power reserve, ideal for busy days.

While its retail price is $70,000, the Rolex Daytona Platinum watch can fetch up to $150,000 or even more in the pre-owned market.

Rolex Oyster Perpetual 41 Green

Roger Federer Watch Collection

Roger Federer’s Rolex collection spans a wide range, encompassing both entry-level and exceptionally high-end timepieces. Among his choices, Federer has been spotted wearing the 41mm Rolex Oyster Perpetual with a matte green dial, known as the Ref. 124300.

Since Rolex revamped the Oyster Perpetual line in 2014, often affectionately referred to as the “OP” line by collectors, these watches have gained popularity among enthusiasts. Thanks to their relatively more affordable price point and captivating dials, they present an appealing option for those considering their first Rolex timepiece (provided you can locate one at retail price).

The 41mm Rolex Oyster Perpetual with a green dial is available at a retail price of $6,000 USD.

Rolex Oyster Perpetual 41 Yellow

Federer's olex Oyster Perpetual 41 Yellow

In Federer’s collection, it’s not just the green dial Oyster Perpetual; he’s also been spotted wearing the 41mm Rolex OP with a vibrant mustard yellow dial.

Apart from the distinct color, this timepiece is identical to Federer’s other Rolex OP. However, there’s a significant distinction to note. Rolex decided to discontinue the yellow dial Oyster Perpetual across all sizes during the Watches & Wonders event in early 2022.

Consequently, the current market value for the Rolex Oyster Perpetual 41 Ref. 124300 is hovering close to $20,000 USD.

Rolex Sky Dweller Rose Gold Brown

Roger Federer With Rolex Sky Dweller Rose Gold Brown

This fancy watch came out in 2012 and has a beautiful brown dial. It also has a fancy movement that can show the date and two different time zones.

It comes with a brown leather strap that matches the dial, making it “chocolate” look even nicer.

Sadly, they don’t make this watch anymore, so you can’t find it in the Rolex store, but you can still buy it from other people who sell it secondhand.

The price of this item ranges from $45,000 to $60,000.

Rolex Day-Date Platinum Ref. 218206

Federer's Rolex collection - Rolex Day-Date Platinum Ref. 218206

One of Federer’s unique watches is his old Rolex Day-Date in platinum. It has a black dial with black Arabic numerals and a concentric outer dial (Ref. 218206). 

While it might be a bit tricky to read the time because the numbers are hard to see, it’s undeniably cool. It almost looks like a custom-made watch rather than something Rolex would create, but it’s a genuine Rolex piece. 

You can find this Rolex Day-Date Platinum Ref. 218206 on the secondhand market for about $78,000 USD.

Rolex Day-Date with Green Dial Ref. 228235

Roger Federer's Rolex Day-Date with Green Dial Ref. 228235

Roger Federer, a 20-time Grand Slam champion, is no stranger to holding yellow gold trophies. But in the photo above, he opted for a different look by wearing a rose gold Rolex Day-Date Ref. 228235 featuring a special 60th Anniversary dial.

This watch winds itself and has a 40mm case and it can handle being in water up to 100 meters deep. The special thing about it is the olive green dial with rose gold Roman numeral numbers, and it also shows the day and date, which is handy and eye-catching.

As for the market value, the Rolex Day-Date Ref. 228235 is currently priced at around $50,000.


Roger Federer's Rolex GMT-MASTER II 126720VTNR

Federer was seen wearing Rolex’s most talked-about release in a long time, the GMT-Master II Ref. 126720VTNR. What made it controversial wasn’t the new green and black bezel pattern, which most collectors liked, but the fact that it’s a watch designed for left-handed people. This means the crown (and strangely, the date) are on the left side of the watch. Unfortunately, Federer seems to be wearing this left-handed watch on the wrong wrist (not a big deal for Rolex biggest ambassador).

The Rolex GMT-Master II 126720VTNR with a jubilee bracelet has a price tag of $12,000.

Rolex Milgauss

Roger Federer's Rolex Milgauss

Federer in his earlier career has been wearing a Rolex called the Milgauss, which doesn’t get as much attention as some other Rolex models. What makes this watch special is that it can resist magnetic interference from modern electronics, even strong magnetic fields like those over 1000 gauss.

The price of Rolex Milgauss Ref. 116400GV with a green sapphire crystal ranges from $10,000 to $12,000.

Rolex Sky-Dweller Ref. 326934

Federer's Rolex Sky-Dweller Ref. 326934

Federer was seen wearing the Sky-Dweller, one of Rolex’s most complex watches, after winning the Miami Open. The Rolex Sky-Dweller features a date display, a second time zone, and a month indicator. The month is shown by the hour markers turning red corresponding to the current month (for example, Septembar is indicated by a red mark near 9 o’clock).

The Rolex Sky-Dweller Ref. 326934 is available for purchase at a price of $15,000 USD.

Rolex Day-Date Rose Gold Ref. 228235 With Brown Dial

Rolex Day-Date Rose Gold Ref. 228235 With Brown Dial

Apart from his Day-Date Ref. 228235 with a green dial, Federer has been seen wearing the Ref. 228235 with a chocolate brown dial adorned with baguette diamond hour markers. Because of these diamonds, this particular model is priced higher than other gold Day-Dates.

If you’re interested, you can purchase one for $45,000 USD.



He’s been seen wearing the famous Rolex GMT-Master II Batman, known for its black and blue bezel, resembling the Dark Knight. This watch has a fourth hand on the dial for a second time zone.

The current Rolex GMT-Master II Ref. 116710BLNR “Batman” sells for $10,000.

Rolex Daytona Ref. 116500

Rolex Daytona Ref. 116500

Next watch on our list is The Rolex Daytona Ref. 116500. It has a super popular “Panda” dial, which means the colors on its face are like a panda’s: white with black circles. “Rolex lovers” really like this item because it so looks cool and unique. Because it’s so special, its price has gone up a lot when people sell it used.

Right now, this item is worth $30,000.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Roger Federer’s net worth?

Roger Federer is the richest male tennis player, with a net worth of $550 million.

When did Roger Federer become a Rolex ambassador?

Rolex Feder has been a Rolex ambassador since 2006, representing the brand’s legacy of precision and excellence on and off the tennis court.

How old was Roger Federer when he started playing tennis?

Roger Federer started playing tennis at a very young age, reportedly picking up the sport when he was just 3 years old.

Summary – Roger Federer Watch Collection

And that’s it. As the top Rolex ambassador, Roger Federer owns one of the rarest and most iconic watches.

So whether you’re a die-hard fan of Roger Federer or simply an admirer of fine craftsmanship, take a moment to appreciate the beauty and artistry behind each watch in his collection. And who knows, maybe one day you’ll find yourself sporting a luxurious timepiece just like your favorite tennis superstar.

If you liked the Roger Federer watch collection, then make sure to check out Novak and Nadal collection too on our watch page!

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