Few names are as synonymous with Wimbledon as Boris Becker. It is thirty years since an 18-year-old Becker returned to Wimbledon as defending champion, and successfully retained his crown.
“I’m not a big believer in luck,” Becker said of his first title at the All England Club. “I believe you have lucky moments, we all need a break but if it repeats itself, you can’t call it luck anymore.
“If  had been my only Wimbledon and I had disappeared from the face of the earth yes, it was lucky, but I came back the next year and won it again at 18 and went on and won another in 1989. It was karma, it was destiny.”
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How many times did Boris Becker win the title at Wimbledon?
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