The crown of more than 51,945 people at this past weekend's Match in Africa - which saw Roger Federer take on Rafael Nadal in a charity match in Cape Town - set a new world record for the largest attendance at a tennis match...
10 Feb 2020
The sixth Match in Africa took place at the Cape Town Stadium on 7 February 2020. The record breaking 51'945 fans witnessed history in action, when Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal went head-to-head raising USD 3.5 million (approximately R54.6 million) for the charitable Roger Federer Foundation. The Match in Africa also showcased a host of local talent in between the matches, including the legendary Ndlovu Youth Choir and the energetic Zip Zap Circus.
10 Feb 2020
Meltwater tracked news and social media mentions on '#MatchInAfrica' since the beginning of the year, and conversations surrounding the riveting rivalry that fans were hoping to see...
Issued by Meltwater 10 Feb 2020
The sixth Match in Africa - and first to be held in Africa - will take place at the Cape Town Stadium on 7 February 2020. The event - which will see a Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal showdown - is set to be the biggest tennis event South Africa ever has seen...
6 Feb 2020
Shimmy Beach Club will be hosting a live outdoor screening of the Federer vs Nadal match on Friday, 7 February, 7pm...
Issued by Shimmy Beach Club 24 Jan 2020
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22 Feb 2013
Let me start this article by congratulating the Stormers on a fantastic game. They really did well to secure a home semi-final and Stormers supporters can really be proud of the team. When you have had a great season, as have the Stormers, then you create a lot of expectation and that is exactly what I experienced at Newlands on Saturday.
Corné Krige 4 Jul 2011