He said that sharing the Centre Court with the Swede is something he is very proud of, since "there couldn't be a more professional guy and a greater guy than Stefan".
Boris was impressed by Federer's comeback in the fourth set of the final. "It was very hard to come through but Novak Djokovic has his qualities," the German said. Becker described Federer as a model for kids approaching sports. "He's the greatest of all times, but he doesn't need to add one more Wimbledons, he's won seven..."
Watch the video of the interview in Spanish, Becker's words in English with subtitles.
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