Trevor Noah and Roger Federer Team Up for “The Ride of a Lifetime”

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South African comedian Trevor Noah and tennis legend Roger Federer are teaming up to promote Switzerland in an upcoming movie called “The Ride of a Lifetime.” The film is set to highlight Switzerland’s stunning scenery and cultural offerings.

A Unique Bond and Shared Passion for Philanthropy

Trevor and Roger share a unique bond, both having Swiss fathers and South African mothers. They are also philanthropists who have established African foundations to help improve children’s education.

Reminiscing on Shared Experiences

During a recent interview on The Daily Show, Trevor and Roger talked about things they had done together, like playing tennis and breaking the record for the most people to watch a tennis match at a charity match in Cape Town with Bill Gates and Rafa Nadal.

Roger’s Focus on Philanthropy and Promoting Tourism

Since retiring from professional tennis, Roger has focused on his family, philanthropy, clothing line, and promoting tourism in Switzerland. He has already made a few movies for Swiss Tourism, including one with Robert De Niro and Anne Hathaway.

The Ride of a Lifetime Continues Roger’s Legacy

The Ride of a Lifetime is set to continue Roger’s legacy of promoting Switzerland and showcasing its beauty and unique cultural offerings to a global audience. The film will undoubtedly be a must-see for anyone looking to explore the scenic and cultural wonders of the country.

Catch Trevor Noah Live on Tour

If you want to see Trevor Noah live, you can catch him on his Off the Record tour in the US, Germany, France, the UK, and South Africa. His South African tour dates are between August 31st and September 15th, with shows in Cape Town, Durban, and Pretoria.

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