German tennis player Boris Becker rose to become the No. 1 player in the world in the late 1980s and early 1990s. Becker got an early jump on the game by becoming the youngest-ever men’s singles title winner at Wimbledon at age 17, the same year he turned pro. A Boris Becker appearance at the Olympic Games in 1992 resulted in a gold medal, and in 1991, he won the U.S. Open. When Becker retired in 1999, he had won singles titles in 14 countries and was ultimately inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame. His playing style was distinguished by his huge serve, which resulted in the nicknames “Baron Von Slam” and “Boom Boom.”
Because of his emotional displays and courageous performances on the court, Boris Becker became a fan favorite and still enjoys immense popularity around the world. You can make those fans happy by allowing TSE to handle negotiations for orchestrating a Boris Becker speaker engagement or Boris Becker endorsement for your company or event.
**Boris Becker Speaker**
In addition to his many legendary tennis championships, Boris Becker speaker topics could range from his devoted interest in German football to his autobiography “The Player.”
**Boris Becker Appearance**
Boris Becker appearances on the court still occur as the champion plays on the senior tour and in World Team Tennis and serves as a tennis commentator for the BBC. In addition, Boris Becker has appeared on the British sports quiz show “They Think It’s All Over.”
**Boris Becker Endorsement**
While playing professionally, Boris Becker endorsed racquets manufactured by Puma and Estusa. Since his retirement, the list of Boris Becker endorsements includes racquets and clothing made by his company, Volkl Inc.
For more information about booking athletes and celebrities with the help of TSE Speakers, please fill our our detailed contact form or call us at (866) 520-7081 to speak with a dedicated TSE representative.
|01. Agassi, Andre||Tennis|
|02. King, Billy Jean||Tennis|
|03. Davenport, Lindsay||Tennis|
|04. Rosewall, Ken||Tennis|
|05. Sharapova, Maria||Tennis|