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29 apr 2022
29 apr 2022

Boris Becker andrà in carcere. L'ex campione di tennis condannato per bancarotta

Il tre volte vincitore a Wimbledon è stato condannato a 2 anni e mezzo di carcere a Londra, e ne dovrà scontare almeno la metà

29 apr 2022
epa09916241 Former tennis champion Boris Becker (R) arrives at Southwark Crown Court with his partner Lilian de Carvalho in London, Britain, 29 April 2022. Becker is due to be sentenced in his bankruptcy trial. The six-time Grand Slam champion is accused of having 'acted dishonestly' when he failed to hand over trophies and medals, including his Wimbledon titles, to pay off his debts, the court heard on 21 March. Becker was declared bankrupt in June 2017.  EPA/ANDY RAIN
Boris Becker con la compagna Lilian de Carvalho (Ansa)
epa09916241 Former tennis champion Boris Becker (R) arrives at Southwark Crown Court with his partner Lilian de Carvalho in London, Britain, 29 April 2022. Becker is due to be sentenced in his bankruptcy trial. The six-time Grand Slam champion is accused of having 'acted dishonestly' when he failed to hand over trophies and medals, including his Wimbledon titles, to pay off his debts, the court heard on 21 March. Becker was declared bankrupt in June 2017.  EPA/ANDY RAIN
Boris Becker con la compagna Lilian de Carvalho (Ansa)

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