Boris Becker is celebrating his TV comeback with a new hairstyle and old vigour


Writed by - Andy Gocker
 Boris Becker is celebrating his TV comeback with a new hairstyle and old vigour
Boris Becker chose a new look for his TV return. © Eurosport, SpotOn

'Matchball Becker' is back

With the starting shot of the Australian Open on January 16, a tennis legend is officially back: Boris Becker (55), who until recently was in an English prison for almost eight months, presented his show 'Matchball Becker' for the first time. on Eurosport.

With unusually short hair, the multiple Grand Slam champion started his TV comeback and analyzed the inglorious start of the German participants in the tournament with a lot of energy - the German delegation had to admit defeat in four opening matches in Melbourne.

In the run-up to the first issue of 'Matchball Becker', Becker had demonstrated on his official Instagram account how hot he was about his return to the camera: 'It's finally time. I'm back and can pursue my passion - Document tennis, talk about tennis!'

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At the beginning of the year, Warner Bros. Discovery announced in a press release that Becker would be on duty as a Eurosport expert during the Australian Open from January 16th to 29th. Together with commentator and moderator Matthias Stach (60), he is on the air every day to classify the matches from Melbourne and events Down Under and to present the highlights of the tournament day. He also slips into the role of co-commentator and accompanies the top matches.

'I am very pleased that Boris Becker is already returning to our Eurosport team for the Australian Open,' says Jochen Gundel, Senior Manager Sport at Warner Bros. Discovery Germany. Becker has been an integral part of the tennis broadcasts on Eurosport since 2017 and has received an incredible amount of recognition and encouragement in this role, for example by winning the German Television Prize.

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