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Boris Becker pleads not guilty to criminal charges in bankruptcy case; faces seven-year jail time if convicted
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Boris Becker pleads not guilty to criminal charges in bankruptcy case; faces seven-year jail time if convicted

Becker, who was declared bankrupt in June 2017, is accused of not complying with orders to disclose financial information and hiding properties in the UK and Germany from his bankruptcy trustees.

Nick Kyrgios, Boris Becker trade insults on Twitter following Australian star's criticism of Novak Djokovic
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Nick Kyrgios, Boris Becker trade insults on Twitter following Australian star's criticism of Novak Djokovic

Kyrgios had previously criticised the organisers of the Balkan event and hit out at governing bodies for their plans to restart professional tennis during the pandemic.

Former tennis great Boris Becker says he doesn't want to rule out possibility of coaching yet
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Former tennis great Boris Becker says he doesn't want to rule out possibility of coaching yet

During his stint with Becker, Djokovic won six Grand Slam titles. After they parted ways, Becker was named by the German tennis federation as head of men’s tennis, a position he holds today.

Tennis governing bodies must balance calendar, says six-times Grand Slam winner Boris Becker
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Tennis governing bodies must balance calendar, says six-times Grand Slam winner Boris Becker

Tennis governing bodies should use the time during the lengthy coronavirus shutdown to align their interests and fix the imbalance in the calendar, six-times Grand Slam winner Boris Becker.

Tennis legend Boris Becker urges young players to stop hiding behind 'big three' and start winning Grand Slams
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Tennis legend Boris Becker urges young players to stop hiding behind 'big three' and start winning Grand Slams

Hiding behind the 'big three' is not a great option for the next generation players, who must start winning the Grand Slams because they are good enough, says legendary Boris Becker.

ATP Cup 2020: Boris Becker, Marat Safin and Thomas Muster announced as captains of respective national sides for inaugural edition
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ATP Cup 2020: Boris Becker, Marat Safin and Thomas Muster announced as captains of respective national sides for inaugural edition

Six-time Grand Slam champion Boris Becker will captain Germany at next year’s inaugural ATP Cup, while fellow former world number ones Marat Safin and Thomas Muster will lead Russia and Austria at the nation-based tournament.

Alexander Zverev's split from coach Ivan Lendl may not be total disaster that it seems on the surface
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Alexander Zverev's split from coach Ivan Lendl may not be total disaster that it seems on the surface

Zverev has looked passive, frustrated and clueless on the court for much of 2019. His forehand, which was supposed to transform into a weapon under Lendl’s tutelage didn't, neither his ability to tough out wins from adverse situations – which is the exact opposite of what most people expected to happen with Lendl by his side.

Boris Becker’s trophies and memorabilia auction raises over 680,000 pounds; 1989 US Open crown attracts highest bid
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Boris Becker’s trophies and memorabilia auction raises over 680,000 pounds; 1989 US Open crown attracts highest bid

Boris Becker was declared bankrupt by a British court in 2017 in connection to a debt to private bankers Arbuthnot Latham & Co, and the company dealing with his bankruptcy decided to auction 82 items from his collection.

German tennis legend Boris Becker begins auction of trophies, personal souvenirs to pay off debts
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German tennis legend Boris Becker begins auction of trophies, personal souvenirs to pay off debts

Trophies and personal souvenirs belonging to German tennis star Boris Becker will be auctioned online from Monday by British firm Wyles Hardy to partially clear the bankrupt champion's debts

Wimbledon 2019: Stefanos Tsitsipas aims to end domination of 'Big Three', says younger players must break hegemony at upcoming Grand Slam
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Wimbledon 2019: Stefanos Tsitsipas aims to end domination of 'Big Three', says younger players must break hegemony at upcoming Grand Slam

Younger players must take responsibility and break the hegemony at Wimbledon to ensure there is a new champion this year, Greek world number six Stefanos Tsitsipas has said.

Boris Becker questions younger generation's mindset to challenge Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic
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Boris Becker questions younger generation's mindset to challenge Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic

Boris Becker, who won Wimbledon aged 17 and went on to win six Slams, said it was the mental aspect of the game more than anything that set Nadal, Federer and Djokovic apart.

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga’s Montpellier win is a throwback to his past glory, and also a reminder of his impressive longevity
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Jo-Wilfried Tsonga’s Montpellier win is a throwback to his past glory, and also a reminder of his impressive longevity

Jo-Wilfred Tsonga has lived in the shadows for 11 years now, despite his magical talents and persistent success. It would be nice if he got a few more moments of glory before he called it quits.

Laureus 2018-19: Latest edition of the 'Oscars of sports' to be held in Monaco in February
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Laureus 2018-19: Latest edition of the 'Oscars of sports' to be held in Monaco in February

The 19th edition of the prestigious Laureus World Sports Awards will be held in Monaco on 18 February, 2018. Last year, tennis great Roger Federer won the Laureus Sportsman of the Year award for a record fifth time.

Stockholm Open: Stefanos Tsitsipas eases past Ernests Gulbis in straight sets to become first Greek man to win ATP title
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Stockholm Open: Stefanos Tsitsipas eases past Ernests Gulbis in straight sets to become first Greek man to win ATP title

Stefanos Tsitsipas became the first Greek man to win an ATP title on Sunday with a 6-4, 6-4 victory over Ernests Gulbis in Stockholm, ending the Latvian player's perfect record in finals.

Boris Becker’s diplomatic passport is fake, claims Central African Republic foreign minister
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Boris Becker’s diplomatic passport is fake, claims Central African Republic foreign minister

The Central African Republic (CAR) said on Tuesday that a diplomatic passport that tennis star Boris Becker claims entitles him to immunity in bankruptcy proceedings in Britain "is a fake"

Former tennis great Boris Becker claims diplomatic immunity in ongoing bankruptcy case
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Former tennis great Boris Becker claims diplomatic immunity in ongoing bankruptcy case

Lawyers for Becker, a former world number one, lodged a claim on Thursday in the UK's High Court asserting immunity after he was appointed a sports attache for the Central African Republic in April.

French Open 2018: Novak Djokovic asks fans to not obsess over his injury concerns after reaching third round
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French Open 2018: Novak Djokovic asks fans to not obsess over his injury concerns after reaching third round

Djokovic was far from his best on Wednesday against Munar, the World No 155 who has trained at the Rafael Nadal Academy in Spain.

Former tennis player Boris Becker separates from wife Lilly after nine years of marriage, report German media
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Former tennis player Boris Becker separates from wife Lilly after nine years of marriage, report German media

The German news agency dpa reported that a Berlin lawyer confirmed the breakup of Boris Becker, 50, and his Dutch model wife, who is 41 years old.

French Open 2018: Alexander Zverev emerges as main threat to Rafael Nadal, bids to end Germany's 81-year drought
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French Open 2018: Alexander Zverev emerges as main threat to Rafael Nadal, bids to end Germany's 81-year drought

Zverev has never reached the quarter-finals of a Grand Slam tournament, but he will be the second seed at French Open after winning his second Masters title on clay in Madrid.

Novak Djokovic's toughest hurdle after returning from injury will be in his mind, says Boris Becker
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Novak Djokovic's toughest hurdle after returning from injury will be in his mind, says Boris Becker

Former world number one Novak Djokovic's toughest hurdle when he returns to the ATP Tour after a long injury absence will be a mental one, believes former coach Boris Becker.