US Open champ partners with one of Beyonce's favorite drinks

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US Open champ partners with one of Beyonce's favorite drinks
US Open champ partners with one of Beyonce's favorite drinks (Provided by Tennis World USA)

The 2018 US Open champion Sloane Stephens partnered with Lemon Perfect to introduce her fans to one of her and Beyonce's favorite drinks, the Lemon Perfect water. The water brand will host a pop-up experience in New York City on August 26th.

"I don't typically enjoy drinks without added sugar, but Lemon Perfect is delicious," Beyoncé said on the Lemon Perfect website as quoted by Billboard. "It was an easy decision to invest in something that not only tastes great and is healthy, but also, and most importantly, allows choosing a healthier lifestyle to be affordable and accessible to everyone." According to Lemon Perfect's press release, "following the brand's recent $31M Series A funding round, they have aced a partnership and investment with one of the top-ranked worldwide tennis superstars, Sloane Stephens, who is teaming up with the Lemon Perfect to join its mission of disrupting the enhanced water category."

Stephens gets you ready for the National Lemon Day

Sloane Stephens' partner water brand will help you get ready for National Lemon Day, which is on 29 August, by introducing you to the taste of the refreshing drink.

"Just ahead of one of the biggest tennis tournaments, the US Open, and in celebration of National Lemon Day (8/29), Lemon Perfect is hosting a pop-up experience in NYC on Friday, August 26th to introduce Sloane's fans to the deliciously hydrating lemon water brand.

Fans can use the code SLOANE25 on Lemon Perfect's website to stock up just in time for National Lemon Day," says in a Lemon Perfect statement. The Lemon Perfect drink is, according to the product's description, hydrating, environment-friendly, packed with vitamin C, energizing, sugarless, and stress-relieving.

Regarding her tennis life, Sloane Stephens last tournament was Cincinnati, where she got defeated in the second round by Iga Swiatek after giving zero chances to Alize Cornet.

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