Boris Becker extended his congratulations to German footballer Thomas Muller following Bayern Munich’s triumph over Paris Saint Germain (PSG) in the Champions League.
On March 8, Bayern Munich secured a decisive 2-0 victory over PSG, eliminating the Ligue 1 team from the Champions League and moving to the quarterfinals of the tournament. The match was a comfortable win for Bayern Munich, who dominated the field with their impressive performance.
German tennis legend Becker was thoroughly impressed with Bayern Munich’s exceptional performance against PSG. He took to Instagram to praise the team captain and Man of the Match, Thomas Muller, for his outstanding contribution to the game.
“You are an original !!!” Becker wrote.
Boris Becker excited for the documentary based on his life and career
Apple TV+ is set to release a documentary on the life and career of the legendary German tennis player, Boris Becker. The six-time Grand Slam singles champion himself is thrilled about the upcoming release of the documentary titled “Boom! Boom! The World vs. Boris Becker.” The documentary premiered in Berlin last month and is now scheduled for release on April 7th on Apple TV+.
The documentary follows the 55-year-old’s illustrious career on the tennis court, as well as his tumultuous personal life, which includes his highly publicized court trial for financial fraud. Last year, he was sentenced to prison, where he served eight months before being released in December. He even made an appearance at the premiere of his documentary in Berlin.
Now that a worldwide release date has been announced, the former World No.1 expressed his excitement for the same.
“Game, Set and Action. I’m looking forward to the Apple TV+ Documentary ‘Boom! Boom! The world vs. Boris Becker’ launching on Friday 7th April @appletvplus,” Becker wrote on Instagram.
According to the official logline, the documentary delves into every facet of Becker’s illustrious tennis career, which included numerous Grand Slam victories, multiple titles, and a gold medal at the 1992 Barcelona Olympic Games.
The film will feature exclusive interviews with some of the biggest names in the tennis world, including Novak Djokovic, whom Becker has coached in the past, John McEnroe, Bjorn Borg, Mats Wilander, and Michael Stich. Additionally, the film will include a recent interview with Becker himself, conducted just days before his sentencing to prison in the UK.
The new two-part series was directed by Alex Gibney and co-produced by Ventureland and Jigsaw Productions, in association with Lorton.