Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Trevor Noah and Bill Gates: it's the beginning of a great friendship! Match for Africa 6 bequeathed many positive things, including raised funds for the Roger Federer Foundation for the projects about African children and the new crowd record for a single tennis match over 51,000 people!).
On Monday evening Trevor Noah entertained talk show host Ellen and the people in front of the TV with a funny storis about how he trained to play men's doubles with Rafael Nadal against Roger Federer and Bill Gates. Noah explained this and other amusing anecdotes: "I don't know how this happened, but I think I've become friends with Bill Gates!
I've just met him many times, and we have conversations. And then one day he phoned and he said: 'Hey, do you want to play tennis with me?' And I was like: 'Yeah!' Bill then told him it would be in Cape Town with Federer and Nadal.
I said: 'I'm in, I'm in. I didn't know how to play tennis though! But I didn't want to tell them this ." To prepare for the Noah tarted playing two to three hours a day to learn event! "It's the craziest thing I've ever done" he said.
Noha also talcked about USA President Donald Trump and the South African expat, who enjoys coming home. He also said that despite we have different political point of views, we should recognise us as human being each other.