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Boris Becker is no longer allowed to enter Great Britain

Despite the release

Boris Becker is not allowed to see his children in London

Although Boris Becker is free again, he is not allowed to see his children in London. The tennis legend has been banned from entering the UK for years.


Boris Becker is free again and is now back on German soil.

After seven-and-a-half months in the British Hundercombe prison in the south of England, Boris Becker (55) is back on German soil. The tennis legend will be able to enjoy his newfound freedom in Germany in time for Christmas – but he won’t be able to see his children until further notice. Sons Amadeus (12), Noah (28) and Elias (23) and daughter Anna (22) still live in London, where their father is not allowed to travel for long.

Boris Becker was jailed for two-and-a-half years by a London court in April for bankruptcy offences. However, he benefited from a special rule allowing foreign prisoners in Britain to be released and deported a year earlier than usual to make room in British prisons. However, this exemption has consequences for Becker: for now, he is no longer allowed to set foot on British soil.