Boris Becker has quit drinking and is speaking with other prisoners about his life experiences.

As he teaches yoga and shares his life experiences with other prisoners, former six-time Grand Slam winner Boris Becker appears to be doing well in prison. In April, Becker, who had been found guilty of concealing assets after filing for bankruptcy, received a two-and-a-half year prison term.

Former No. 1 in the world Becker began his prison term at HM Prison Wandsworth before being moved to HM Prison Huntercombe in May. Becker’s attorney, Oliver Moser, has expressed nothing but praise for Becker’s circumstance and state of health.

“Under the circumstances, our client Boris Becker is doing well and has successfully assimilated into day-to-day jail life. He has access to a phone at any time and can talk to anyone outside of his immediate environment.

Any additional information about his incarceration is governed by regulations protecting personal privacy, according to Moser, who spoke to the German daily BILD.

Becker has quit drinking alcohol.

Becker has stopped drinking, and according to a source close to BILD, he has begun using the prison gym.

Becker has reportedly lost eight kilograms since beginning to serve his term and is in good physical condition. Additionally, Becker is applying his knowledge of other prisoners. “As a sportsman, he is all too familiar with the highs and lows of wins and losses.

He is imparting his life experiences to his fellow inmates, according to the source. After Becker was given a prison term, Novak Djokovic expressed his sorrow for his former instructor. Djokovic achieved success while training with Becker, winning six Grand Slams in his tenure with the German.

“I mean, I’m so heartbroken for him. He is a good friend of mine who I have known for a very long time. He has been a coach for me for three or four years, and he has greatly aided in my professional achievement. About Becker’s jail time, Djokovic remarked, “I was just crushed.