Nando’s giving away free meals to honour Kevin Anderson’s Wimbledon win over Roger Federer

Kevin Anderson of South Africa celebrates winning match point against Roger Federer of Switzerland on day nine of the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Championships at All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club. Picture: Michael Steele/Getty Images.
Kevin Anderson of South Africa celebrates winning match point against Roger Federer of Switzerland on day nine of the Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Championships at All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club. Picture: Michael Steele/Getty Images.

NANDO’S is celebrating the shock win of South African tennis player Kevin Anderson over world number one Roger Federer by giving away free meals to anyone with Anderson’s name until he is knocked out of – or wins – the Wimbledon Championships.

The fast food chain, which began in South Africa in 1987, released a statement today saying it would offer anyone who could prove their name was Kevin Anderson a meal for them and two mates from their limited-edition haloumi range.

The three-meal offer is designed to share with friends and was put together in honour of Anderson’s three-set victory.

It includes a burger, wrap or pita, a regular side and a drink.

If your name is not Kevin Anderson, all hope is not lost – anyone with the name Roger Federer will also be entitled to a complimentary Nando’s feed in the form of two meals.

Those lucky enough to be named Kevin Anderson or Roger Federer and wanting to redeem the offer can simply email nandos@haystac.com.au or direct message Nando’s via its Facebook page and a voucher will be emailed.

And just to be 100 per cent clear, the following Kevins do NOT get a free meal:

Kevin Spacey
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