Boris Becker: Oliver Pocher buys trophies

Foreclosure
:Oliver Pocher buys trophies from Boris Becker

London –

In the foreclosure sale of Boris Becker’s memorabilia and tennis trophies, Oliver Pocher (41) has struck in his own words. “2 trophies won for the good cause,” the comedian wrote on Thursday evening on Instagram. According to “Bild” newspaper Pocher won two glass trophies, including the Vice-Cup for the 1994 World Cup, for more than 25 000 euros.

Becker was a tennis legend who gave the Germans many terrific hours, Pocher told the newspaper: “Now we should give something back. I liked to do my part. “

Becker trophies bring more than 500,000 euros

Becker was declared bankrupt in 2017 by a British court. The auction with more than 80 personal items should bring in money for the creditors. Observers expected on Thursday evening with a revenue of well over 500 000 pounds (557 000 euros).

“This auction is all about hurting me personally because of course I’m emotionally attached to the trophies,” Becker once said to Bild am Sonntag. With Pocher now just landed a bidder two trophies, with which the tennis legend has been crossed for years. Again and again, the two celebrities had delivered public word duels on Twitter. (AP)