BORIS Becker paces the pavement with a new holdall from Harrods — knowing he is facing up to seven years in jail today.
The three-time Wimbledon champion, 54, faces the time behind bars for failing to declare assets after he was declared bankrupt.
The former tennis champ was found guilty of concealing his assets, including a £2.25million Chelsea flat.
He was also accused of using his business account as a piggy bank to pay expenses, including his children’s school fees, and transferring money to his ex-wives to avoid paying debts.
He spent hundreds of pounds at Harrods, bought online groceries at Ocado and treated himself to Ralph Lauren clothes, a court heard earlier this month.
Becker will learn of his fate on Friday at Southwark Crown Court in London.
Aged just 17, Becker burst onto the scene in 1985 when he became Wimbledon’s youngest singles champion and the first unseeded player to lift the trophy at the All England Club.
Becker’s dynamic play and boyish enthusiasm — best captured in his penchant for spectacular diving volleys — made him the darling of Wimbledon crowds.
He successfully defended his Wimbledon title a year later, thrashing world number one Ivan Lendl in straight sets in the final.
Becker’s ferocious serve led to the nickname ‘Baby Boom Boom’ and ‘Der Bomber’.