Boris Becker

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The 51-year-old former German No. 1 in the world of professional tennis won his first of six major singles championships when he was just 17 years old. In 1989, he won the Player of the Year awards from the ATP and ITF. Becker has undertaken a number of endeavors since his brilliant career came to an end, including working in the poker industry.

At the height of his career, Becker reportedly possessed $63 million in wealth. On the other hand, he was declared bankrupt on June 21, 2017, and 82 items from his private collection had to be sold at auction in 2019. Boris is well-known for his scandalous personal life and numerous relationships with women. He has four children, though, and has been married twice.

What is the Net Worth of Boris Becker in 2022?

As of 2022, Boris Becker, a former tennis player who peaked at No. 1, had a net worth of $10 million. Becker, though, had reportedly collected $130 million in prize money and sponsorships at the height of his career.


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Wikis of Boris Becker

Birth Date November 22,1967
Full Name Boris Franz Becker
Birth Name Boris Franz Becker
Profession Former Tennis Player
Nationality German
Birth City Leimen
Birth Country West Germany
Gender Identity Male
Sexual Orientation Straight
Horoscope Sagittarius
Marital Status Dating
Spouse Barbara Feltus (1993-2001); Sharlely “Lilly” Kerssenberg (2009-2018)
No Of Children 4
Height 191 cm
Weight 85 kg
Net worth 10000000
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Early Life of Boris Becker: Age , Birth and Parents

In Leimen, West Germany, on November 22, 1967, Boris Franz Becker was born. Boris was brought up in a Catholic home. In the tennis academy his father established in Leimen, where Becker later acquired his tennis skills. He was incredibly skilled from a very young age.

Relationship Status: Affairs

 Who is Boris Becker Wife ?

The German Ace, Barbara Feltus Becker, was a German-American designer, former actress, and model who was The German Ace’s first husband. In the fall of 1991, Boris and Barbara first connected, sparking their relationship. On December 17, 1993, they were married in Becker’s hometown of Leimen at the local registrar office.

Before getting married, Barbara’s father took a picture of the former couple for the front of the weekly news magazine “Stern” while they were bare-naked, shocking the German fans and sports lovers.

Barbara was eight months pregnant with Becker’s child at the time of their wedding. Elias Balthasar was born on September 4, 1999, and Noah Gabriel, their second son, was born on January 18, 1994.

Professional Life and Career

Becker’s first professional doubles victory came in 1984, his first year as a professional. He was the first unseeded player to win the Wimbledon singles championship in 1985. After several incredible victories, Becker successfully defended his Wimbledon title the following year. Later on, he developed a fierce rivalry with Stefan Edberg.

His marital and financial difficulties started to have an impact on his work by the mid-1990s. He had ended his career by 1995 after just missing out on the Monte Carlo Open. Becker had amassed 49 singles trophies and 15 doubles titles during the course of his career as a professional tennis player. Becker is infamous for never succeeding on clay courts, instead favoring lawns.


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Actual Estate

Boris Becker acquired a vast 60-acre estate in Mallorca in the 1990s. The property had a peak value of 9.4 million pounds.

He put the 31,000 square foot house on the market in 2007 for 13 million pounds. Several squatters who came in in 2018 prevented Becker from selling his long abandoned Mallorcan estate, which he was seeking to do in order to pay off his obligations. The squatters declared their intention to remain in there for the foreseeable future; some even stated that they intended to transform the house into “Neverland” from Peter Pan.

Tragically, ten years ago Becker’s property had great potential. It has 12 bedrooms, a tennis court, a basketball court, a swimming pool, a gym, and stables for horses. In a short period of time, the squatters had destroyed all of these amenities. In addition, they took all of the pricey furniture and anything else that wasn’t secured with a bolt. When one squatter attempted to power the pool with solar panels, the pool was seriously damaged. After allegations that the squatters were filming pornographic movies on the property arose in 2020, it was claimed that they had been expelled.

Boris gave his villa in Mallorca to the British private bank Arbuthnot Latham in November 2020 as payment for debt.


What kind of earnings has Boris Becker had?

Becker testified before the jury that his career earnings of $50 million (roughly £38 million) were used to pay for an expensive divorce from his first wife in 2001, alimony payments for his children, and “expensive lifestyle commitments,” including his £22,000-per-month rented home in Wimbledon, south-west London.

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