Share Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Pinterest Email They met in August 2021 in New York when she was playing in the US Open and met unexpectedly on the street Tennis star Garbine Muguruza has announced that she is marrying Arthur Borges, her partner of almost two years, in an interview with Hola magazine. The former world number one and two-time Grand Slam champion is currently off the circuit following her decision to take a career break until the end of the grass-court season. In the interview, Muguruza recounts how she met her future husband two years ago now, in August 2021 in New York during the US Open. It was a crush. I went out of the hotel for a walk, I bumped into him, he turned around and wished me good luck. From then on, we connected and every day we went for walks in Central Park. Very romantic, really,” she says. The tennis player revealed that she intends to get married in 2024: “I want summer and sun, I want to be near the beach and I want Spain because it’s the right place, the place that unites us the most,” she says. Romantic proposal in Marbella Muguruza also confessed how Borges asked her to marry him. “He asked me at the Marbella Club hotel, which is one of my favourite,” she confessed. “He set up a little table for me under a tree and I said ‘What is this?’ “It seemed strange to me, but I was thinking of something else, and when he asked me, I started to cry, I didn’t know how to react. “I said ‘yes’ through tears of emotion and it was very romantic.” Garbine Muguruza has not played since losing 6-1, 6-4 to Linda Noskova at the Lyon tournament in February. Her last win was in September, in Tokyo, 6-4, 6-2 against Despina Papamichail. Related Garbine MuguruzaTennistennis player 0 Smart Website Related Posts Tyson Fury beats Francis Ngannou by split decision! October 28, 2023 Fury vs Ngannou LIVE: Latest boxing fight updates and results October 28, 2023 Watch How This Gym Rapidly Transform Claressa Shields October 28, 2023 Write A Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.