Naomi Osaka was always drawn to TAG Heuer because of their statement timepieces and memorable campaigns with former world No. 1 Maria Sharapova. In 2021 she jumped at the opportunity to join the Swiss luxury brand and ever since the two worked closely on creating something special. Now at just 23-years-old, Osaka can say she has her own limited-edition watch with the timeless brand.

She was also a paramount player in the design process for the limited-edition Aquaracer.

“Designing a watch is different to designing clothes because you have a much smaller canvas to work with,” Osaka said in an interview with Complex. “Therefore, you need to be more intricate, precise, and thoughtful. Green is just a color that I like to wear and it flashes and clashes; and it’s a nod to my day job.”


The first thing customers will notice is the bold greens. It's meant to reflect Osaka's love for her sport and resemble a freshly popped can of tennis balls. Two shades of the verdant tone can be seen, a "distinctive" pale shade covers the face while the band is a darker green. Two straps come with the watch an both are environmentally friendly and made with recycled fishing nets.

The watch is priced at $3,950.00 and only 250 pieces are available with a portion being sold online and in stores throughout the United States, Japan and Australia.

The sporty watch is also adorned with her official logo:  a bear holding a flower, resembling strength and femininity.


The world No. 14 is 3-0 to start the season, but withdrew from her semifinal match at the warm-up event in Melbourne last week due to injury.

"Sad to withdraw due to injury from my match today, my body got a shock from playing back to back intense matches after the break I took," she wrote on Twitter. She will begin her title defense on Sunday at the Australian Open by facing Colombia's Camila Osorio.