The singer headlined an IGH US Open event and took over the Chase Sound Check stage. (Getty)

Leon Bridges is one of the hottest artists on Spotify right now with nearly 6 million monthly listeners, and he's been a star attraction this week during pre-US Open events.

On Wednesday, the R&B singer performed at Legends, Unmatched, an IHG summer soiree at the Kimpton Hotel Eventi. Bridges serenaded a packed crowd sipping tennis-inspired drinks, including the Serena Williams (vodka, ginger, passionfruit, lime, topo chico and baby's brith) and the Billie Jean King (tequila, prickly pear, lime and tajin).

Bridges' album Coming Home was nominated for a Grammy in 2015. (Getty)

Former US Open champion Andy Roddick was the featured guest, along with 2016 Olympic Gold medalist Monica Puig. The duo played Ping-Pong with commentary provided by Brad Gilbert. 

Andy Roddick and Monica Puig at the Legends, Unmatched event. (Getty)

IHG Hotels and Resorts was celebrating its first partnership with the US Open. They're also the official hotel sponsor for Saturday's Arthur Ashe Kids' Day and will offer a complimentary wellness and spa experience at the US Open all fortnight long. 

Bridges wasn't quite done mixing R&B and tennis as he next headlined Fan Week's Chase Sound Check stage in Flushing Meadows. The Grammy-nominated 30-year-old performed for free. 


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Roddick has also been all over the scene this week, as he took part in a Heineken event with Bachelorette stars Jason Tartick and Tyler Cameron, earlier on Tuesday. 

The American played an exhibition match, as part of US Open Fan Week, and beat James Blake, 7-6 (5), 6-4. The US Open main-draw action begins Monday. 

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