SHOWS: LONDON, ENGLAND, UK (JUNE 30, 2018) (REUTERS - ACCESS ALL) 1.
VARIOUS OF BORIS BECKER WATCHING ALEXANDER ZVEREV TRAIN 2.
ALEXANDER ZVEREV SERVING 3.
BECKER WATCHING 4.
ALEXANDER ZVEREV TRAINING 5.
BECKER WITH HAND OVER MOUTH STORY: Former tennis champion Boris Becker was courtside watching German star Alexander Zverev train at Wimbledon on Saturday (June 30).
Earlier this month, Becker claimed diplomatic immunity from bankruptcy proceedings in London by taking up a role with Central African Republic as a sports envoy.
The country's foreign minister told Reuters last week that a copy of the diplomatic passport he had seen was a "clumsy fake" and was launching an inquiry into who issued the document.
But Becker, the German former world number one and a three-times winner of Wimbledon, told the BBC that he received the passport at an official ceremony.
Becker became the first German to win Wimbledon in 1985, aged 17.
He won it again in 1986 and 1989.