Trevoh Noah, Roger Federer, Bill Gates and Rafa Nadal raise $3.5million dollars for education in Africa. KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEntertainment

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Sunday, February 9, 2020

Trevoh Noah, Roger Federer, Bill Gates and Rafa Nadal raise $3.5million dollars for education in Africa.

Four biggest celebrities in the world have teamed up to raise up to $3.5million for education in Africa. Tennis tournament and Roger Federer foundation funds held in South Africa raised $3.5million for education in Africa. Roger and Nadal were the only international tennis players that took part in the tournament.

South Africa tv show host and comedian, Trevor Noah took to his social media platforms to express his excitement towards the tournament which raised $3.5million for education in Africa. The tennis tournament drew in a total number of 51,000 spectators. 
Out of excitement, Trevor Noah wrote: "To say tonight was a dream come true is an understatement. We helped raise over 3milion dollars to help spur education in Africa. We set a world record for the highest attendance for a tennis match and I got to play tennis with two greatest players of all time whilst also sharing the court with my friend and one of the greatest minds of all time. And all of this happened in my home country, South Africa. Thank you Roger, Rafa, Bill and every single person who supported this great cause. I have lived one thousand dreams in one night🙌."

Roger Federer wrote, too:" What an unforgettable night: we raised $3.5million for the vulnerable children in the region, achieved a world record with more that 51,000 spectators at a tennis match and had so much fun. Thanks to the three inspiring philanthropists Rafa, Bill and Trevor for having shared this emotional moment. Thanks to the hundreds of people who organized this match in Africa and created a high class event. But most of all, thank you South Africa, thank you Cape Town for your overwhelming support and for making a difference for those in need. @rogerfederer foundation #southafrica #africa."

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