On Sunday, Swissmint showed that it's miles celebrating Federer with a 20-franc silver coin, so that you can have a difficulty date of January 23, 2020.
The government says it's the first time it has dedicated a commemorative coin to a living person. In May 2020, Swissmint plans to issue a Federer 50-franc gold coin featuring a different design.
The 38-year-old 20-time Grand Slam champion is regarded by many as the best tennis participant ever and is a nationwide hero in Switzerland. He holds the most grand slam men's singles titles, 20 of them, and has won 103 singles titles in total so far. In 2007, Swiss Post released a Roger Federer stamp in his birthplace of Basel. He later went on to reach the semi-finals of the French Open.The 38-year-old finished at the number three position in the ATP rankings. These records, as well as his versatile playing style, make him probably the greatest tennis player of all time.
The obverse side of the coins is designed by Artist Remo Mascherini, Flamatt, in the canton of Fribourg.
The most recent sports-themed commemorative coin came in 2015.
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You can buy the coin - which features Federer in his trademark headband preparing to strike a backhand - for 30 Swiss francs.
For the 20-franc coin, the pre-sale began on December 2 and continues until December 19, or until the first minting run of 55,000 units has sold out, whichever comes first.
Recently a silver coin will be released with a picture of tennis veteran Roger Federer.