It's not every day that you see your favourite sportstar behind the counter of a shop - serving you. What would you do? Double-take? Refuse to believe it was him? Or run around screaming, asking for his autograph? My choice would probably be the latter.
In this new advert for Pokerstars, Rafael Nadal is set a mission: work at the desk of a golf club for the day, and convince everyone that you're not you. Essentially, work on your bluffing skills.
With the infallible disguise of some geeky glasses, the World No. 4 tennis player soon gets into the swing of things. A few people are oblivious. Some, however, are more sceptical.
Bearing in mind he is in his home country, where almost everyone knows his face, he does a fairly good job. It must be the 'Tony' name-tag that throws them.
A number of golfers are obvious about it, asking outright if he is Rafa, whereas others inquire if he's 'resting', or if they can see his arms. Girls giggle in disbelief, and despite his insistence that they are mistaken, one forces him to have a photo with her "just in case".
The video was launched just over a week ago, and has been shared 26,637 times and has 226,507 views.
"Don't you play tennis?" one golfer asks, to which the 'King of Clay' replies, 'Sometimes'. Oh Rafa, you joker. Well, he hasn't quite aced this mission, but he definitely gave it a good shot. Maybe stick to tennis, Nadal.