There is no doubt that, for those who've ever witnessed Benoit Paire on a tennis court, the man is a character.
Forever riddled with questions about his commitment to the sport, with occasions where he appears to not put the required effort in to a match, often booed by local crowds who love to hate the Frenchman.
But the man is also loved, both on and off the tennis court.
And no more so than French Ligue 1 football minnows Stade Brestois 29, or Brest as they are better known, who recently invited the 33-year-old to come along for a training session with them whilst he was in town, competing in the Challenger event the Brest Open.
Paire had entered his round-of-32 win against Duje Ajdukovic with a Brest football shirt on and it appears they decided to return the favour.
And, as you will see by the video, the 6ft 5in Paire is bit of a lethal finisher in front of goal, interestingly finishing with his left foot despite playing tennis with his right hand.
It begs the question, did Paire pick the right sport when choosing tennis as a youngster?
Currently ranked at World No. 177, the man from Avignon, France, has a dismal recent record.
In 2019, he earned a personal-best 34 ATP tour wins and two titles, but owns 18-57 record with 0 SFs since tour resumed from COVID-19 suspension in August 2020.
Good luck Benoit, and maybe give up the day job?