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Irate fans react to SOLD OUT Federer v Nadal 'Match in Africa'

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Cape Town - South African tennis fans have called out Computicket after failing to secure tickets for the much-anticipated Roger Federer v Rafael Nadal 'Match in Africa'.

The match, to be played at Cape Town Stadium on Friday, February 7, 2020 was SOLD OUT in just over 10 minutes on Wednesday.

The match will help raise funds for the Roger Federer Foundation's educational programmes in Africa.

Hundreds of South Africans were left irate and confused as they could not purchase tickets either online or in-store.

The tickets ranged from R150 to R1 950.

We included some of their responses below:

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