He’s set to officially divorce from his wife of nine years Lilly Becker in the coming weeks.
And Boris Becker appeared to brush aside his split from his long-term partner as he enjoyed a night out at private member’s club Annabel’s in London on Sunday evening.
Proving to be in good company, the former tennis pro, 51, was joined by a female companion as they departed from the private venue in a black cab.
The sportsman looked typically dapper as he sported a navy suit, tied in with a crisp blue striped shirt.
Maintaining his suave display, the champ complemented his ensemble with a pair of patent brown brogues.
His female pal cut an equally stylish figure in a smart black two-piece, which she teamed with a fluffy collar shawl.
Boris’ outing comes amid reports she is in the ‘final stages’ of divorcing Lilly, after the couple announced their split last year.
In December, she reflected on the past year after parting ways from her husband of nine years during an interview with Günther Jauch on Germany’s RTL.
The brunette admitted the couple will never rekindle their relationship, insisting: ‘It’s really over between us.’
Dutch beauty Lilly, 42, bluntly said: ‘2018 was the worst time of my 42 years. He so grossly disappointed me.’
Speaking on the negative effects of being in the limelight, she went on: ‘What makes it so bad is that everything is happening in public now. But I married a public man, maybe it’s part of it.’
‘Unfortunately, [a reunion wouldn’t] not work anymore. Too much has happened. I do not want to, he does not, and that’s fine. It’s really over between us.’
Lilly added that the pair’s priority is their son Amadeus, nine: ‘The most important thing is that the future of Amadeus is well arranged. It’s not about Boris or me.
‘It concerns the joint custody. He can see his son whenever he wants. Amadeus loves his father, and he loves him’, she went on.
Boris and Lilly, who were married for nine years, confirmed their breakup via a German lawyer last year, in a statement given to Bild newspaper.
Lawyer Christian-Oliver Moser said: ‘The decision after a 13-year-long relationship and nine years of marriage wasn’t an easy one.’