Boris Becker is one of the most recognisable tennis players the game has ever seen.
In 1985, at the age of just 17, Becker became the youngest ever Men’s Singles winner of Wimbledon.
Propelled by his 85 success, he went on to win five more Grand Slam Championships among his 49 career singles titles, including two more at Wimbledon in 1986 and 1989, along with the US Open in 1989 and the Australian Open in 1991 and 1996.
Boris Becker has been a key member of the BBC Wimbledon commentary team since 2003, sharing his knowledge and understanding of the game.
He has also been a commentator for Sky and has written for publications such as The Times.
Boris is considered one of the most intelligent and shrewd sportsmen in the world who will be sure to share with you his fascinating viewpoint on the game, it’s status, it’s characters and it’s traditions.
An engaging motivational speaker and after-dinner speaker, Boris inspires and entertains audiences at events around the world.