Boris Becker recollects hilarious German Open second forward of clay season

Boris Becker regarded again on a hilarious second involving himself again in his taking part in days. Enjoying on the clay-courts on the German Open, Becker as soon as mistimed a shot horribly and the ball flew into the stands.

The French Open was the one Grand Slam event that Becker didn’t win throughout his illustrious profession. He was a three-time semifinalist on the clay-court Main, in 1987, 1989, and 1991, respectively. Becker additionally didn’t win an ATP title on clay.

Reacting to a video concerning his shanked shot on the German Open again within the day, doing the rounds on social media, Becker too noticed the sunshine aspect of it.

“LOL,” Boris Becker wrote on Instagram, sharing the video.

Becker reacts to an old moment of himself at the German Open.
Becker reacts to an outdated second of himself on the German Open.

The German tennis nice has been fairly energetic on social media concerning his varied pursuits, notably tennis. He just lately additionally congratulated each Daniil Medvedev and Petra Kvitova for profitable the lads’s and girls’s Miami Open titles, respectively.

In the meantime, a brand new documentary on Becker, titled Growth! Growth! The World vs. Boris Becker is about to be launched later this week on Apple TV+. It follows his skilled life, which noticed him win six Grand Slam singles titles, amongst many different tour-level titles, in addition to his tumultuous private life. Becker spent eight months in jail within the UK on account of monetary crimes earlier than being launched in December 2022.

Boris Becker reveals he cried in jail after seeing Novak Djokovic win Wimbledon title

Boris Becker and Novak Djokovic at the 2019 Laureus World Sports Awards.
Boris Becker and Novak Djokovic on the 2019 Laureus World Sports activities Awards.

Boris Becker was in jail when his former pupil Novak Djokovic gained the 2022 Wimbledon title. Reflecting on the identical, Becker revealed that he broke down in tears watching the momentous event for the Serbian nice, who supported him and his household significantly throughout his time in jail. Djokovic loved probably the greatest phases of his profession with Becker as his coach.

“Whereas I used to be inside [jail], Novak supported me, he supported my household. I began crying when he began profitable. I’m very proud that in all probability the perfect participant of all time is a part of this story,” Becker mentioned on the identical, talking to the press on the Berlin Movie Competition.

Djokovic and Becker’s expertise teaching the 22-time Grand Slam champion are additionally featured in his documentary. It’s set to be launched on April seventh.

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