Heavy bankruptcy restrictions for Becker

Bankruptcy restrictions in the U.K. “usually lifted after one year” have been extended … 12 more years for Boris Becker.

Reuters reports an investigation into “assets and undisclosed transactions” and an extension of the restrictions “to prevent Mr Becker causing further harm to his creditors,” according to Britain’s Insolvency Service. 


Becker says it was no biggie, that he couldn’t “manage” a British company, but could be a major shareholder and that the issue was missing a deadline for providing information.

All his outstanding debts will be settled by Christmas, he Tweeted.

The delayed online auction of Becker’s memorabilia raised nearly $900,000 US.

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