Trevor Noah, Bill Gates and Nadal land in Mzansi ahead of tennis clash

Trevor Noah, Bill Gates and Nadal land in Mzansi ahead of tennis clash

- A host of celebrities have arrived in the Mother City ahead of the huge charity tennis clash, Match in Africa

- Trevor Noah and Bill Gates arrived in Cape Town in a low-key fashion

- Rafael Nadal was also pictured in snaps with Gates in the country

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Trevor Noah, businessman Bill Gates and Rafael Nadal have landed in the country ahead of the huge charity tennis match in Cape Town on Friday. The match will see two tennis greats, Roger Federer and Nadal, face each other in what promises to be a thrilling event.

The charity event is hosted by the Roger Federer Foundation and is in its sixth year - but the first time played in Africa. Cape Town stadium will be hosting the global event.

According to Channel24, Trevor and Bill quietly arrived Cape Town with tight security. Sources reveal that they will be staying at a luxury boutique hotel that has previously hosted other international stars like Oprah Winfrey. The pair will team up in a fun celebrity doubles match against the tennis legends.

Rafael Nadal also arrived in Cape Town at around the same time as Gates and Noah. He was pictured in a snap with Gates and Federer. Federer posted the photo on Instagram.

This is Roger’s first match in sub-Saharan Africa. The sports icon's mother is originally from South Africa and was born in Kempton Park.

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Entertainment will be provided by the Ndlovu Youth Choir and The Zip Zap Circus. Tickets for the event were sold out after they went on sale late last year.

The official start time of the much-anticipated match is at 7:15pm on Friday, 7 February.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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