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With his trademark strawberry blond hair and athletic frame, Boris Becker is one of the world's most recognizable tennis players - and one of the most distinguished.
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Becker is a six-time Grand Slam single's champion and Olympic gold medallist - he is also the youngest person to have ever won the men's single title at Wimbledon at the age of 17.
Born in Germany in 1967, Becker had an early connection with the sport - his father was an architect and built the tennis center in his town.
It wasn't until he stormed the world stage at Wimbledon in 1985 that his name was really put out there as a formidable force in the world of tennis.
After his Wimbledon win, Becker never looked back - winning tournament after tournament.
Standing at more than six feet two inches tall, Becker's game was well known for a powerful serve and heavy returns. Over the course of his career he won a total of 49 singles titles and 15 doubles titles.
He finally retired from the world of tennis in 1999 and was admitted into the Tennis Hall of Fame in 2003.
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