We've seen tennis and other sports cross over before, like with football, golf, cricket, soccer and basketball. And now, with South Africa's win on Sunday over England, tennis and ruby have also collided.
Anderson and Federer celebrate South Africa's rugby winNov 02, 2019
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Anderson and Federer celebrate South Africa's rugby win
Published Nov 02, 2019
The Springboks beat the English 32-12 in Yokohama, Japan for their third Rugby World Cup trophy In history. South Africa's Kevin Anderson has been closely watching his team's progress.
Roger Federer also took notice of the win.
Though Swiss, Federer has some stakes in South Africa since his mother Lynette is from the African nation and the Roger Federer Foundation supports educational efforts in the region.