Boris Becker Net Worth
Boris Becker net worth, salary and career earnings: Boris Becker is a former German professional tennis player and current coach who has a net worth of $10 million. Boris Becker is most famous for being a World No. 1 tennis player, a six-time Grand Slam singles champion and former Olympic gold medalist. Becker was the youngest player ever to win the men's singles title at Wimbledon, a feat he accomplished at 17. He also won five major indoor championship titles including three ATP Masters World Tour Finals, as well as one WCT Finals title and one Grand Slam Cup title. He was born on November 22, 1967 in Leimen, West Germany. His father was the architect who created the Tennis-Club Blau-WeiB 1964 Leimen e. V. Which is a tennis center located in Leimen where Becker learned to play the game. Tennis Magazine ranked Becker number 18 on their list of the 40 greatest tennis players from 1965-2005. He has won five Masters 1000 series titles along with eight Championship Series titles. Becker who now owns his own personal line of tennis racquets and apparel. He played most of his career using racquets manufactured by a German company named Puma until production was discontinued. He has been married twice and has four sons. He is a member of the advisory board for the German football club Bayern Munich, he lives in Schwyz, Switzerland.
Alleged Financial Problems: In 2017, a British judge initiated bankruptcy proceedings against Becker. The judgment of debt against Becker was issued in October 2015. The sum that Becker owes was not disclosed, other than to say it is substantial. During his career, Boris earned more than $130 million in salary and endorsements. For his part, Becker insists he has the means to pay the debt, but this is not the first time Becker has run into problems with his finances. He had had to shell out more than $25 million to his first wife Barbara and a Russian model named Angela Ermakova, who had his baby after a fling in a London nightclub in 1999. In June 2018, Boris shocked the world by declaring he had diplomatic immunity from all attempts to sue him thanks to his appointment as a diplomat by the Central African Republic (CAR).