The German Tennis Federation is ready to return Boris Becker to a role once the three-time Wimbledon champion completes his prison sentence in Britain.
Becker was sentenced to two and a half years behind bars in late April in London for concealing assets worth millions from his insolvency administrators.
He could be released on parole at the end of July 2023 under UK law, but it also looks like he could be freed even sooner via an accelerated program and deported to his native Germany.
Becker was the 2017-2020 DTB men’s tennis manager and DTB vice-president Dirk Hordorff told Wednesday’s edition of the weekly Sport Bild that “nothing speaks against him taking over a job after served his sentence.
“I can imagine a lot of things for Boris: head of men’s tennis, representative, board or whatever. To put it casually: Boris can choose the position,” Hordorff said.
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