Boris Becker should not be in prison, but the judge and system that sent him there most definitely should

Two and a half years in prison for attempting to hide cash and assets from creditors in the context of bankruptcy proceedings.

Former darling of the Centre Court at Wimbledon and the pro tennis circuit in general, Boris Becker will doubtless, just a few days after being sent down, still…

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