Boris Becker appointed head of German men's tennis
Berlin: Boris Becker was on Wednesday officially presented as the head of men's tennis in Germany, the country's Tennis Federation (DTB) said. Becker, the winner of numerous titles and former coach to Serbian player Novak Djokovic, spoke at a press conference alongside DTB president Ulrich Klaus, who said he was very happy to be making the announcement, reports Efe. He said that the six-time Grand Slam champion and three-time Wimbledon winner would be in charge of everything from the German Davis Cup team to assessing young talent in the country. Becker said he was proud of his new post and that he loved the sport and the country immensely, adding that he was happy to be taking on an important role in German tennis.