Cricbuzz: Not long after the unremarkable Australian, Peter Doohan, sentenced defending champion Boris Becker to a stunning second-round annihilation at the 1987 Wimbledon Championships, the German's adoration life turned into a matter of open record.
Each other British tabloid ascribed Becker's ouster to his nightfall shenanigans with former sweetheart, Benedicte Courtain, the delightful little girl of Monte Carlo's police boss. Indeed the irrepressible Ion Tiriac, then Becker's administrator, denounced his ward after the shocking 6-7 6-4 2-6 4-6 misfortune. "I had let him know not to do it. It debilitates the legs," said the enterprising Romanian, who now claims the prestigious Mutua Madrid Open, an ATP Masters 1000 competition.
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) hasn't precisely focused in on sex — the overabundance or need thereof — on the group's terrible showing in the Test arrangement in England. That said a BCCI official was accounted for as saying something unheard of. Blaming Wags and calling them a preoccupation for the players as they needed to investigate the city when it was the ideal time for players to hit the nets. What's more consequently, BCCI is considering banning WAGS from accompanying players on vi