Boris Becker will be moved to a low-security prison within weeks and may serve just 10 months behind bars before spending the rest of his two-and-a-half-year sentence on an electronic tag.
The disgraced former tennis star, 54, arrived on Friday at HMP Wandsworth, a category B prison just over two miles from Wimbledon’s Centre Court where he won three Grand Slam titles.
Wandsworth is also a remand prison used to temporarily detain criminals who are later transferred to serve their sentences elsewhere, and because Mr Becker’s offences were non-violent it is likely his new jail will have a lower security category.
Boris Becker arriving at Southwark Crown Court for sentencing on Friday
The main entrance to HMP Wandsworth, London, United Kingdom. HMP Wandsworth in…
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