Boris Becker had a fun time around his protege Novak Djokovic recently. First the party to celebrate Novak's victory in London (check what Boris had to say about that fun night), then the wedding ceremony for Djokovic and his now wife Jelena in Montenegro (check the location here).
Despite all that buzz, Boris still likes to focus on tennis, and decided to open up about how he feels about Roger Federer, beaten by Novak in the final of the Championships last week.
"It was incredible to have 4 Wimbledon champions in the locker room at the same time, I think it's a first!" said Boris to the media referring to the Wimbledon final, as himself and Stefan Edberg were both present for the final in London, "Roger Federer has already won Wimbledon 7 times and has been World No.1 for a very long time.
He didn't really need another title, he is the greatest of all time and I have a lot of respect and admiration for him. With his comeback in the 4th set, he showed clearly why he deserves the G.O.A.T. status.
He loves to compete and he is a great ambassador for tennis. Kids should take as an example what he did in his career, and how he managed to overcome complicated situations, as he did against Novak in the final in London". Also read: Boris Becker furious with ESPN journalist who attacks him and Djokovic