Boris Becker Says Angelique Kerber Should meet to Steffi Graf For Help

Tennis – Legendary German tennis player Boris Becker suggests that 22-time Wimbledon champion Steffi Graf, who is a formidable opponent for World No. 1 Angelique Kerber, should be consulted for advice. “If anyone is familiar with pressure and the number one burden, it is Steffi,” says Becker in an interview with Tennisnet.

Steffi’s advice never gets old and is always helpful. She is knowledgeable about the subject. She ought to give Angie more advice. She has demonstrated last year that she is not as good when playing on clay. She hasn’t performed as well as she did in previous year at the Australian Open and in the hard court events that followed.

Angie feels uneasy and uneasy about this. It’s very hard to be number one; it’s even harder to stay that way. This is what she’s going through right now. Perhaps Angie has the wrong idea. You ought to savor your time at the summit more. For more than a year, Kerber was the best player in the world, so it is not by accident that she is there.” This season, Kerber is 19-12 and has only made it to one final.

Before the French Open, which starts on Sunday, she had only won two matches in three clay-court competitions. She faces 40th-ranked Ekaterina Makarova in a difficult first-round match in Paris. Kerber has won their last four meetings, including their lone meeting on clay, and leads the head-to-head 7-4.

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