20-time Grand Slam champion Roger Federer is happy that he is able to do positive things through his foundation in Malawi as he is determined to give the children of Malawi a chance at a proper education. The Roger Federer foundation has been active in Malawi since 2020 and last week Federer himself went to to Malawi to see the work that has been done there.
During his visit to Malawi, the great Federer donated 3000 tablets. “It’s amazing to see that in rural Malawi we have a digital device like the early-learning kiosk, making a difference for the children here,” Federer said in a video uploaded on his foundation’s YouTube channel, per Sportskeeda.
“The caregivers are doing an incredible job and I loved seeing that.” Over the year, the Federer foundation has done a lot of positive philantropic work in Africa.
Federer: I want to help
“What I want to do is help.
I want to give the people and the kids here a chance in Malawi, because I do believe that the potential is incredibly big. This is why I’m here in the field to see it for myself, so I can also tell the story when I come back to Switzerland,” Federer said.
During his time in Malawi, Federer played a bit of tennis with the kids. Federer, a former world No. 1 and an absolute tennis legend, enjoyed playing a little bit of tennis with the children in Malawi. “I really loved playing with all the children at the playground and learning through play.
I’ve been doing it with my children for years now, so I’m a little bit of an expert. We had a great and a lovely time.” Federer returned to Switzerland happy and fulfilled after seeing how everything was going in Malawi.
“Our trip to Malawi was magical on many levels. Seeing the caregivers was, I think, the highlight and the thing I enjoyed the most. Seeing them interacting with the children in the classroom was fantastic,” Federer added.