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Boris Becker ‘could be out of jail by CHRISTMAS’: Tennis star believes he’ll be deported to Germany

Boris Becker ‘could be out of jail by CHRISTMAS’: Disgraced tennis legend thinks he will be deported to Germany in November, where ‘more lenient laws would see him on leave weeks later’

  • The three-time Wimbledon champion is currently behind bars at HMP Wandsworth
  • The 54-year-old is serving a two-and-a-half-year sentence for bankruptcy fraud
  • Foreign nationals serving sentences of more than 12 months are often deported

Jailed tennis star Boris Becker could be released from jail before Christmas if he is deported to Germany.

The three-time Wimbledon champion is currently behind bars at HMP Wandsworth, just 2.4 miles from Center Court, serving a two-and-a-half year sentence for bankruptcy fraud.

Becker, 54, believes he would be free within weeks in Germany, as his home country has more lenient laws than the UK.

According to the Ministry of the Interior, foreign nationals serving prison sentences of more than 12 months are often deported “at the earliest opportunity” as it is considered “conducive to the public good”.

He has lived in west London since 2012 but never applied for citizenship, despite declaring his intention to do so seven years ago.

Under the Government’s Early Retirement Program, Becker could be sent to Germany as early as November.

Jailed tennis star Boris Becker could be out of jail before Christmas if he is deported to Germany (pictured with girlfriend Lilian de Carvalho Monteiro)

Jailed tennis star Boris Becker could be out of jail before Christmas if he is deported to Germany (pictured with girlfriend Lilian de Carvalho Monteiro)

said a source Sun: ‘He is very sure that he will return to Germany long before Christmas.

“He thinks he would be free there for Christmas as they have a much more lenient justice system.”

The newspaper also revealed that a disgraced Becker has been teaching English to foreign prisoners.

It comes after it was reported that he is struggling to adjust to life behind bars as he copes with “constant noise” and small portions of staple food.

Becker, known for enjoying luxuries like Cuban cigars, fine wines and steaks, came back down to earth after being served corned beef on his first night in prison.

She is finding it hard to cope with the amounts of food on offer, sources say, and is using her £10 weekly allowance to supplement meals with chocolate, biscuits and bananas from the canteen.

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The three-time Wimbledon champion is currently behind bars at HMP Wandsworth, just 2.4 miles from Center Court, serving a two-and-a-half year sentence for bankruptcy fraud.

The sportsman is also said to be struggling to sleep in his six square meter cell.

A source told The Sun: “He’s going through a rough patch and worst of all is the food.”

You can’t believe how bad it is and how small the portions are. One of his first meals was corned beef, which was not good.

But you will have to get used to it. He is also shocked by the lack of hygiene in the prison because it is overcrowded.’

Becker’s girlfriend was seen visiting the star after he called her and her 86-year-old mother from jail.

It is reported that he is struggling to adjust to life behind bars as he faces the

He is reported to be struggling to adjust to life behind bars as he copes with “constant noise” and small portions of basic food.

Becker, known for enjoying luxuries like Cuban cigars, fine wines and steaks, came back down to earth after being served corned beef on his first night in prison.

Becker, known for enjoying luxuries like Cuban cigars, fine wines and steaks, came back down to earth after being served corned beef on his first night in prison.

Lilian de Carvalho Monteiro was seen leaving the notorious Victorian jail wearing a jean jacket, sweatpants and a cap while carrying a silver Puma holdall.

Becker was allowed to make two phone calls in jail, one to Lilian, who is in her 40s, and one to her elderly mother, according to reports.

He is “fine” behind bars and his mental health is good, his estranged wife said, though he added that the jail was “not a five-star hotel.”

Prisoners at Wandsworth are allowed to make one call after they arrive, but the athlete was allowed an extra one as a “celebrity bonus”, a member of staff said. image.

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