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CNN Sport quizzes Becker on 1985 Wimbledon run

Becker made history as youngest male major winner

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Boris Becker is best known for winning three Wimbledon titles and six grand slam tennis tournaments.

Having arrived at SW19 as a fresh-faced 17-year-old, he left with a host of records to his name: the youngest winner of a men’s singles grand slam, Wimbledon’s youngest male singles winner (an accolade he still holds today), the tournament’s first unseeded champion and its first German winner.

More history, of course, has been written since.

Boris Becker stretches for a shot against Anders Järryd in the 1985 Wimbledon semifinal.

Goran Ivanisevic joined the German as the second ever unseeded singles champion in 2001, winning in SW19 ranked No. 125 in the world.

For many tennis fans, Becker’s victory still lives long in the memory. But what about the man himself? Does Becker remember who he beat en route to his 1985 triumph?

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We quizzed him, and he answered. It’s not easy when you lifted the Wimbledon trophy in 1986 and 1989 as well …