Boris Becker said: “We’re on the right track there. It’s not only up to me, but also to the insolvency administrator, where we meet, and what is still outstanding.” The situation is manageable and he hopes to be able to release good news in this regard soon. He has avenues and opportunities to shape his life financially, Baker said, emphasizing, “I’m out of the woods.” His accomplices stood by him even during the months he spent in prison. “Now they are waiting for my return to Bütt. Whether it’s TV stations or sponsors.” From May 22nd, Becker wants to report on the French Open again as a TV expert for Eurosport.
Former Davis Cup boss Becker also spoke about a possible return to the German Tennis Association (DTB) with OMR managing director Philipp Westermeier at the end of the digital festival: “The federation wants me to play a role again. The question is: Do I want to?” said Becker. He also brought in former Wimbledon champions Steffi Graf and Michael Stich. “If the three of us can play a role, the chance of winning is simply greater than if I did it alone,” says Becker.
Becker lives in Italy
The former Great Britain professional tennis player was released mid-December after 231 days in prison. He was sentenced to two and a half years in prison in London at the end of April 2022 for concealing assets worth millions from insolvency administrators. Baker must continue to relinquish a portion of his income to the insolvency administrator. In addition, he is not allowed to return to his former approved home country of Great Britain at the present time. According to Baker, he now lives in Italy with his partner, Lillian de Carvalho Monteiro.
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