Fate day for Boris Becker: Its about freedom

Boris Becker expects the verdict in his London trial on Friday.
The former tennis star could face a prison sentence.

Boris Becker expects the verdict in his London trial on Friday. The former tennis star could face a prison sentence.

When it came to the Center Courts of the world to go to titles or tears, Boris Becker always took his heart into his hand. The former tennis star won six Grand Slam trophies, the first at the age of 17 in Wimbledon, Becker became the world star with his legendary fighting spirit.

On Friday, in the Southwark Crown Court from London, the 54-year-old can no longer go on the offensive, he has to stand by the decision about his fate. Judge Deborah Taylor wants to announce her sentence against Becker in the morning after three weeks of waiting, who is said to have acted illegally as part of his bankruptcy proceedings.

“I hope that he will get through somehow. That he doesn’t have to go to prison,” said his former coach Günther Bosch at TENISNET. The laws in Great Britain provide for a maximum of seven years in prison – the jury guilty on April 8th in four out of 24 charges. It is hardly foreseeable how it works for the German sports index.

The insolvency authority saw in the conviction “a clear warning to those who believe that they could hide assets and thus get through”. After Becker had been declared in 2017 by a British court for insolvent, the Wahl-Londoner is said to have further transfers of high money sums, and have hidden a property ownership in his hometown and shares.

public prosecutor: Becker “led authorities around the nose”

How much the incision in Becker’s life is now in the hands of the judge, who had made it clear from the beginning of the proceedings that his celebrity status should not play a role. The public prosecutor’s office was keen on the accused and accused today’s TV experts that he had “led the nose around” when determining his assets, which Becker always denied.

20 years ago in Munich, convicted of tax evasion, he got away with a blue eye and received a two -year suspended sentence and a fine. His lawyer Jonathan Laidlaw was now fighting that Becker is doing well again. He described in the purpose building, 15 kilometers away from Wimbledon’s Centre Court, that his client has had a special life since his triumph as a teenager on the “holy lawn”. Becker was a “hopeless case” in dealing with money, he had no overview of his possessions, rely on his consultants.

Articles and videos on the topic
* Remarkable Zverev PK to Munich-Aus: “Bottomless!”
* Zverev releases shaken picture
* Top sport live on dazn. Register now! Can be canceled at any time.

Since the jury’s guilty verdict, he has been waiting and can no longer oppose the impending disaster that he has always done on the pitch. 1985, for example, in the competitive Wimbledon final against Kevin Curren. Also in the Davis Cup in the “Battle of Hartford” in 1987 against John Mcenroe over 6:21 hours or in the final of the US Open 1989 the German figurehead survived difficult situations. But all of his big acts on the tennis courts do not play a role at the end of the trial on Friday. Becker is about freedomBoris Becker expects the verdict in his London trial on Friday. The former tennis star could face a prison sentence.

Boris Becker faces up to 7 years in prison after bankruptcy case | The Break
When it came to the Center Courts of the world to go to titles or tears, Boris Becker always took his heart into his hand. The former tennis star won six Grand Slam trophies, the first at the age of 17 in Wimbledon, Becker became the world star with his legendary fighting spirit.

On Friday, in the Southwark Crown Court from London, the 54-year-old can no longer go on the offensive, he has to stand by the decision about his fate. Judge Deborah Taylor wants to announce her sentence against Becker in the morning after three weeks of waiting, who is said to have acted illegally as part of his bankruptcy proceedings.

“I hope that he will get through somehow. That he doesn’t have to go to prison,” said his former coach Günther Bosch at TENISNET. The laws in Great Britain provide for a maximum of seven years in prison – the jury guilty on April 8th in four out of 24 charges. It is hardly foreseeable how it works for the German sports index.

The insolvency authority saw in the conviction “a clear warning to those who believe that they could hide assets and thus get through”. After Becker had been declared in 2017 by a British court for insolvent, the Wahl-Londoner is said to have further transfers of high money sums, and have hidden a property ownership in his hometown and shares.

public prosecutor: Becker “led authorities around the nose”

How much the incision in Becker’s life is now in the hands of the judge, who had made it clear from the beginning of the proceedings that his celebrity status should not play a role. The public prosecutor’s office was keen on the accused and accused today’s TV experts that he had “led the nose around” when determining his assets, which Becker always denied.

20 years ago in Munich, convicted of tax evasion, he got away with a blue eye and received a two -year suspended sentence and a fine. His lawyer Jonathan Laidlaw was now fighting that Becker is doing well again. He described in the purpose building, 15 kilometers away from Wimbledon’s Centre Court, that his client has had a special life since his triumph as a teenager on the “holy lawn”. Becker was a “hopeless case” in dealing with money, he had no overview of his possessions, rely on his consultants.

Articles and videos on the topic
* Remarkable Zverev PK to Munich-Aus: “Bottomless!”
* Zverev releases shaken picture
* Top sport live on dazn. Register now! Can be canceled at any time.

Since the jury’s guilty verdict, he has been waiting and can no longer oppose the impending disaster that he has always done on the pitch. 1985, for example, in the competitive Wimbledon final against Kevin Curren. Also in the Davis Cup in the “Battle of Hartford” in 1987 against John Mcenroe over 6:21 hours or in the final of the US Open 1989 the German figurehead survived difficult situations. But all of his big acts on the tennis courts do not play a role at the end of the trial on Friday. Becker is about freedom.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.