Boris Becker is accused by inmates of receiving special treatment.

Boris Becker was sentenced to two and a half years in jail in April for false bankruptcy. The German is spending his term at Wandsworth Prison in the United Kingdom, but he is not having the ordeal as bad as some may have expected.

Prison prisoners and their families are releasing this information, which was obtained from a secret source who contacted The Sun.

Most of the inmates say that Boris Becker was granted his position as a “prize” teacher of English and sports much too quickly: “Boris Becker was given the job of teaching English and sports far too quickly.” Anonymous British insider informed the British newspaper that getting hired as a teaching assistant takes years of service since it is viewed as a luxury.

The German, on the other hand, was able to get a job after just a few weeks of serving his sentence. Boris Becker may not enjoy the opulent jail life he is used to, but he is better off than other convicts, according to a person familiar with the situation.

Becker’s phrase has been reconstructed.

The trial of Boris Becker began on March 21, 2013. In the end, he was convicted and given a prison term of two and a half years. Becker had faced a term of up to seven years in jail, but a judge in Southwark ultimately opted to sentence the former German tennis champion to 30 months in prison instead.

He will serve half of his term in jail, and the rest on semi-release detention. According to Judge Deborah Taylor, “It is noteworthy that she did not admit her guilt or even show remorse,”

“There has been a total lack of humility on her part”. He was found guilty on four of the 24 charges he faced because of the scandal. In the last several years, Becker, who has always maintained his innocence, has relied on his own Twitter account to respond to the claims.