Boris Becker, the tennis player who has been retired now had gone through the surgery on his ankle to heal an injury of old sporting recently.
- He is on holidays hobbling along with his patient wife, mother and son.
- The player is taking the sun bath and watching wife taking dives in the water.
On his trip to Ibiza, Becker was spotted on crutches struggling to get around with his family, following the surgery for an old tennis injury.
However, the hard time of Becker is still not over and recently he was seen moving around a luxury yacht having taken to the waters with his son Amadeus Benedict Edley Luis and wife Lilly.
Once the tennis ace, was seen last at Wimbledon commentating before going off on his holiday, he was helped by a male companion to his feet, struggling with his injured leg brace.
On the yacht, Lily was seen taking a dive into the water, while Amadeus was seen sitting with his mother, doing nothing but just watching Lilly taking the swim. (more…)
The motor yacht No Bada Bees, which is The 38.8, meters, is now listed for sale. It has been listed by the Mark Osterhaven and Shannon McCoy at Worth Avenue Yachts.
The yacht was built by the IAG Yachts of Chinese super yacht yard in GRP to RINA class and MCA compliant it was delivered in 2010 as the first in the IAG 127 series yard. The interior work of the yacht was done by the Italian designer YD & AS. In addition to fine exterior and interior, the yacht has accommodation space. (more…)
As the racing in Santander is approaching its close time, the sailors of British wrapped up their series of World Cup with an eight-medal haul.
Here is the detail who got what in the event Fynn Sterritt and James Peters won Gold and the pair of Stuart Bithell and Dylan Fletcher won bronze in the 49er, British sailors how secured the second and third in the event in the Nacra 17 were Anna Burnet and John Gimson and Katie Dabson and Ben Saxton, the silver medal for the event 49erFX was won by duo Saskia Tidey and Charlotte Dobson on Saturday. They were capped further with three medals in the final medal race on Sunday.
In a 470 prowess demonstration, Eilidh McIntyre and Hannah Mills finished in a second gold for the Sailing Team of British.
This was the first 470 event for Mills, after winning the Gold in Rio last summer, and despite competing and training in the 49erFX up to now this season, the sailor was unstoppable and beaten by anyone as the race went on.
After finishing the race, Mills said: “For going into the medal race we had a gap of good points, I believe that also adds pressure on everyone as everyone almost expects you to win, thus to come away and win the race was a big relief to all of us.”
McIntyre further added that “Before coming into the event, we had no pressure, because we knew that we had the advantage of speed.”
The Fellow crew of British Sailing Team Anna Carpenter and Amy Seabright finished the ninth in the medal race and end their week overall in the seventh position.
The battle was the closely fought one at the front of the fleet of Finn throughout the event.