Boris Becker: “I liked the old Davis Cup better”


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Boris Becker: "I liked the old Davis Cup better"

Boris Becker, double winner of the Davis Cup in 1988 and 1989, assured in Seville that he “likes the old format” of the great competition better. of tennis by nations and recalled “the great atmosphere that was lived in the qualifying rounds that came to play with Germany against Spain.”

“For me, that is the Davis Cup. I would not make sense, for example, that this year the Madrid final was played between France and Germany”, stated Becker in the Andalusian capital.

The former world number one and champion of six Grand Slam titles is “one of the twenty-five founding members” of Laureus, a foundation related to the world of sport that this weekend is holding an awards ceremony in Seville.

Becker, whose “life today is focused on tennis projects with young people”, He highlighted the “great moment” that the racket sport is experiencing thanks to the “enormous level of Roger (Federer), Rafa (Nadal) and Nole (Djokovic), three immense champions” against whom he “would have loved to play”.

“You never know what would happen in a game with the best of different eras. I was also number one at the time, but I had a game of going up to the net continuously, that’s why I wasn’t good on clay. The three of them maybe. be more complete tennis players on all surfaces, “said the former German tennis player.


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