There you go, Athens is the city that gave birth to philosophy and the Parthenon, a monument of beauty and harmony.
There's an idea. Let's erect a golden-ivory statue of Federer inside the Parthenon. Similarly to the statue of Athena (sadly lost a long time ago), in his right hand he will hold his racket; in the left he will hold the lovely handbag. Federer is a modern god after all, with many faithful worshippers and this will increase substantially the number of people visiting the Acropolis (and the money earned).