Swissmint/Getty/Clive Brunskill Roger Federer's sporting legacy is to be immortalized in the form of a Swiss coin bearing his face and name.  The Swiss government has announced it is to produce a commemorative 20 franc ($20) silver coin in honour of the 38-year-old's career, which will be issued in January. 55,000 of the coins, will be produced, which can be purchased for 30 francs ($30) online between December 2 and December 19. "Than...

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