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Becker

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(Biography) Boris (ˈbɒrɪs). born 1967, German tennis player: Wimbledon champion 1985, 1986, and 1989: the youngest man ever to win Wimbledon
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Boris Becker is seen with his son Noah in this file photo.
TENNIS legend Boris Becker has vowed to bounce back from his "embarrassing" bankruptcy.
The Swiss tennis maestro has been named in the Boris Becker group, alongside world number three Zverev, Croatian player Marin Cilic and Jack Sock of United States, Sport24 reported.
A scream that came straight from Queens but that has travelled very far in the years since John McEnroe's assessment of how his most repeated yell "You cannot be serious" gained worldwide notoriety It's not a Two Ronnies sketch, you can't answer the question before last Radio interviewer Eddie Mair addressing Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson One has the impression of a man with his head in the sand Registrar Christine Derrett on ex-tennis star Boris Becker, who has been declared bankrupt Her Majesty has launched many ships in her time, never such an empty vessel as the one today Outgoing Liberal Democrat
TENNIS legend Boris Becker was yesterday declared bankrupt over a long-standing debt.
Former tennis ace Boris Becker began coaching which champion in 2014?
NOVAK DJOKOVIC'S Wimbledon title was not just the sweetest of his seven grand slam trophies but also vindication of his decision to hire Boris Becker as head coach.
JOHN McEnroe believes Nick Kyrgios can emulate Boris Becker by winning Wimbledon as a teenager.
A global appeal, backed by celebrities including John Bishop, tennis star Boris Becker and X Factor winner Sam Bailey, was launched for a bone marrow match, with 50,000 people requesting swab kits from Delete Blood Cancer UK.
Murray's appointment of Lendl was followed late last year by 17-time Major champion Roger Federer hiring the former Swedish star Stefan Edberg and world No 2 Novak Djokovic recruiting the services of Boris Becker.
BORIS BECKER and Ivan Lendl will renew rivalries at the Australian Open in a month's time - 23 years after Melbourne Park played host to their last ever meeting in a grand slam final.
Ranked second in the ATP rankings in the year-end rankings, the Serb has hired German Boris Becker as one of his coaches to help him reclaim the top spot in the sport.