PHOTO: Owner: Former tennis champion Boris Becker, pictured at Tottenham v Bayern Munich in football’s Champions League last month, was declared bankrupt more than two years ago
- The property in Mallorca includes stables, a swimming pool, four guest houses and a deluxe tennis court
- Property websites still list the mansion for sale with idyllic photos of the mansion’s grounds and interior
- But the villa and grounds have become dilapidated since the tennis legend was declared bankrupt in 2017
Boris Becker’s abandoned Mallorcan mansion is on the market for £9million – but the German squatter who lives there says no-one will pay a penny for it.
The once-majestic property in the Balearic Islands features stables, an outdoor swimming pool, four guest houses, a helicopter pad and a tennis court made from parts of Wimbledon furniture.
Property brochures still list the mansion for sale with idyllic photos of the mansion’s grounds and well-appointed interior.
But as these pictures show, the reality is very different, as the villa and grounds have become dilapidated and the expensive tennis court is in a state of disrepair.
Becker was declared bankrupt in 2017 and the mansion has since been taken over by German squatter Georg Berres and members of his self-titled Intergalactic Auxiliary and Rescue Command.
‘They still want to sell this, the price is over €10million – this is ridiculous, try to find anyone who wants to have it for a million, a cent, you won’t find anyone,’ Berres said.
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