Net Worth: $29 Million
Boris Franz Becker, better known just as Boris Becker, is a retired German tennis player. He ranks among the greats of the sport. His net worth stands at an impressive $29 Million. He has made a career prize money of $25,080,956, which puts him 7th in the all-time tennis earners list.
Boris Becker is a former world #1 tennis player according to the ATP rankings. Boris is a six-time Grand Slam singles title winner. Boris has also won a Gold medal at the Olympics in doubles, and a Bronze in singles.
Becker made a mark for himself at the age of 17 when he won the men’s singles title at Wimbledon, thus becoming the youngest man to win the title. Boris has won several other championships, which include 3 ATP Masters World Tour Finals. He is second to Ivan Lendl who played nine games. He has also won WCT Finals and one Grand Slam Cup. Boris is also the winner of five Masters 1000 series titles and has won eight championship series too. Boris ranked #18 in the list of 40 greatest tennis players ever according to the Tennis Magazine.
Boris was born on November 22nd 1967 in Leimen, West Germany. He is the only son of Elvira and was raised in the former Czechoslovakia. Boris’ father, Karl-Heinz was an architect and founded the tennis centre in Leimen. Boris himself went to the club for training.
Boris was often known as “Boom Boom” in his playing days because of his powerful serve and power strokes. But he was a fantastic net player as well, which is why he managed to win three Wimbledon titles. He was known for his athleticism and his trademark of diving volley.
Boris is married to Barbara Feltus. Boris posed nude with his wife before the marriage for a magazine. The picture was taken by his dad. Boris also became involved in a sex scandal later, which caused a birth. He says his sperm was stolen.