In an interview, Boris Baker’s sons Noah and Elias spoke about their father’s time in prison – and expressed their relief at his release:
Noah and Elias Baker in an interview about Her father, Boris Becker, was imprisoned Talk. “We are open about it when problems arise,” Elias, 23, tells the magazine. Colorful. Regarding the former tennis star’s release, he adds, “But of course we are all relieved.” His big brother Noah (28) says: “Family is the most important thing and we stick together even in times of crisis.. This goes without saying for us.”
Boris Becker’s children talk about their father’s release from prison
In April last year, a London court sentenced Baker to two and a half years in prison for failing to properly disclose parts of his assets in bankruptcy proceedings. He was released in mid-December after 231 days behind bars.
In an interview Saturday 1 A Yemen national says his family supported him during his imprisonment in the UK. “My relationship with my four children has always been very open, very direct, and very loving,” says Baker. You would know its strengths and weaknesses. There was no fear of connection.”
After his release from prison: Boris Becker celebrates his comeback as a TV expert
From mid-January By the way, Becker can also be seen regularly on TV again: As confirmed by Eurosport on Tuesday (January 3), the former tennis star will be commentating on the first match of the day at the Australian Open from January 16-29 and analyzing the two most important matches on the program “Matchball Becker”.
The three-time Wimbledon winner worked as a TV analyst before starting his prison sentence in Great Britain. (mab)
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