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Garbine Muguruza and Bianca Andreescu set to appear at Smash Bash in New York City
The fourth annual food and drink experience is back.
Published Aug 23, 2021
Before kicking off their respective US Open campaigns, 2019 US Open champion Bianca Andreescu and two-time major winner Garbine Muguruza are set to host the fourth annual Smash Bash event.
The social event will take place at the The Rosé Terrace, which is located at the Pierre Hotel just outside of New York's iconic Central Park. Andrey Rublev will also make an appearance at the event that calls itself the "celebration of tennis."
"Can’t wait to be back in NYC! Join me, at the Pierre NY on August 26th for the Fourth Annual Smash Bash," Andreesscu wrote on Instagram.
The event will include an extensive selection of court-side dishes and spreads and of course endless Château Miraval Côtes de Provence Rosé. Don't worry there certainly will be an abundance of Honey Deuce's floating around presented by Grey Goose Vodka. Other than the delicious food, guests will also have the opportunity to play table tennis and mingle with the best in the game.
However this one-of-a-kind event will cost a little more than your average night out. Tickets range from $115 to $175.
The US Open kicks off on August 30.