About Boris Becker
It has been reported that the overall amount of Boris Becker net worth is as much as 29 million dollars. Boris Becker has become famous because of his successful career in professional tennis, where he established his name as one of the most well known and talented tennis players.
Boris Becker, whose real full name is Boris Franz Becker, was born in Germany. However, today, he is retired from his career in tennis, although it increased a lot the overall estimate of Boris Becker net worth. Boris Becker by many people is considered as one of the greatest tennis players in the history of this sport. Boris Becker has won many events, during which he also got a lot of prize money. He has been stated to have been accumulated a huge sum of more than 25 million dollars in prize money. Thus, his name is included in the list of the all-time tennis earners list, where he holds the 7th position. Therefore, his prize money has also added up to the overall sum of Boris Becker net worth.
According to the ATP rankings, Boris Becker was a number 1 tennis player at one point. Boris Becker has won many titles, and one of them is the Grand Slam singles title, which he won 6 times.
Boris Becker has also played in the Olympics, where he became a winner of the Gold medal in doubles and a Bronze medal in singles. When he was only 17 years old, Boris Becker became a well known name when he won men’s singles title at Wimbledon. With winning it, he became the youngest person ever to win this title.
Boris Becker also became a winner of many other championships and titles, such as 3 ATP Masters World Tour Finals. Also, he became a winner of one Grand Slam Cup and WCT Finals. In addition to all the mentioned, Boris Becker won five Masters 1000 series titles and eight championship series too. Thus winning these titles also made his name more known and added up to the overall size of Boris Becker net worth. The Tennis Magazine placed Boris Becker as 18th in the list of the 40 greatest tennis players.
Boris Becker was born in Leimen, West Germany in 1967. He grew up in the former Czechoslovakia. His father was the one who was interested into tennis and he had his own tennis company in Leimen.