Roger Federer has been honoured with the Swiss government announcing to produce a 20 franc silver coin with the tennis legend's image on it.
In fact, it is the first time it the Swiss government dedicated a commemorative coin to a living person.
The "heads" side of the coin shows Federer playing a one-handed backhand.
Federer took to social media to joke saying, "Fed’s or tail?".
"Thank you Switzerland and Swissmint for this incredible honour and privilege," Federer also wrote on Twitter.
Thank you Switzerland????and Swissmint for this incredible honour and privilege. ??#DankeSchweiz#MerciLaSuisse#GrazieSvizzera#GraziaSvizra pic.twitter.com/gNs6qYjOh6— Roger Federer (@rogerfederer) December 2, 2019
A 50 franc gold coin with Federer's image on it will be minted next year.
The government said that the 20-time Grand Slam champion is "probably Switzerland's most successful individual sportsman, he is also the perfect ambassador for Switzerland."
The government says a limited edition of up to 95,000 Federer coins can be ordered, costing 30 Swiss francs. They will be dispatched in January.
The 50 franc coin will have a different design.