Boris Becker's Tennis Equipment, Gear, and Accessories

Birthday: 11/22/1967
Birthplace: Leimen, Germany
Residence: Monte Carlo, Monaco
Height: 6'3' (190 cm)
Weight: 187 lbs (85 kg)
Plays: Right-handed, One-Handed Backhand
Turned Pro: 1983
Retired: 1999
Coach: Mike Depalmer, Jr.
Grand Slam Titles: 6
During his 16-year pro career, Boris Franz Becker won a total of 6 major titles (2 at the Australian Open, 3 at Wimbledon and 1 at the US Open). At age 17, he became the first German, youngest player and the first unseeded player to win a major when he won Wimbledon in 1985. He was ranked in the World Top-ten 11 times, three times at No. 2, and reached a No. 1 ranking once in 1991. He has a total of 49 career singles titles and 15 career doubles titles. Becker played most of his career with racquets from the German company Puma. After production of his racquet was discontinued, he bought the molds and had them produced by an American company from 2007-2012. In December 2013, Novak Djokovic announced on his website that Boris Becker would become his head coach for the 2014 season. As a result, Becker contributed to Djokovic's 6 grand slam titles and 14 Masters 1000 titles.

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