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18 June 2020, Hessen, Hochheim: Tennis legend Boris Becker takes part in the ground-breaking ceremony for the planned International Tennis Academy, of which Becker is the name-giver. The 20 million euro project is to be realised not far from Frankfurt by spring 2021 at the latest. The world's largest academy for the promotion of young talent is to be built on an area of around 48,000 square metres. Photo: Arne Dedert/dpa
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18 June 2020, Hessen, Hochheim: Tennis legend Boris Becker stands behind an excavator shovel at the ground-breaking ceremony for the planned International Tennis Academy, of which Becker is the eponym. The 20 million euro project is to be realised not far from Frankfurt by spring 2021 at the latest. The world's largest academy for the promotion of young talent is to be built on an area of around 48,000 square metres. Photo: Arne Dedert/dpa
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18 June 2020, Hessen, Hochheim: Tennis legend Boris Becker has a spade in his hand at the official ground-breaking ceremony, which is marked "Boris Becker International Tennis Academy Ground-breaking ceremony 18 June 2020". The 20 million euro project, the Boris Becker International Tennis Academy, is to be realised not far from Frankfurt by spring 2021 at the latest. The world's largest academy for the promotion of young players is to be built on an area of around 48,000 square metres. Photo: Arne Dedert/dpa
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18 June 2020, Hessen, Hochheim: Guests take part in the ground-breaking ceremony for the planned International Tennis Academy, which is named after Boris Becker (M). The 20 million euro project is to be realised not far from Frankfurt by spring 2021 at the latest. The world's largest academy for the promotion of young talent is to be built on an area of around 48,000 square metres. Photo: Arne Dedert/dpa
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18 June 2020, Hessen, Hochheim: Guests take part in the ground-breaking ceremony for the planned International Tennis Academy, which is named after Boris Becker (M). The 20 million euro project is to be realised not far from Frankfurt by spring 2021 at the latest. The world's largest academy for the promotion of young talent is to be built on an area of around 48,000 square metres. Photo: Arne Dedert/dpa
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18 June 2020, Hessen, Hochheim: Investor Khaled Ezzedine (l) and tennis legend Boris Becker attend the ground-breaking ceremony for the planned International Tennis Academy, of which Becker is the name-giver. The 20 million euro project is to be realised not far from Frankfurt by spring 2021 at the latest. The world's largest academy for the promotion of young talent is to be built on an area of around 48,000 square metres. Photo: Arne Dedert/dpa
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18 June 2020, Hessen, Hochheim: Co-investor Daniel K?hler (l-r), tennis legend Boris Becker and investor Khaled Ezzedine take part in the ground-breaking ceremony for the planned International Tennis Academy, of which Becker is the name-giver. The 20 million euro project is to be realised not far from Frankfurt by spring 2021 at the latest. The world's largest academy for the promotion of young talent is to be built on an area of around 48,000 square metres. Photo: Arne Dedert/dpa
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18 June 2020, Hessen, Hochheim: Investor Khaled Ezzedine (r) and tennis legend Boris Becker attend the ground-breaking ceremony for the planned International Tennis Academy, of which Becker is the name-giver. The 20 million euro project is to be realised not far from Frankfurt by spring 2021 at the latest. The world's largest academy for the promotion of young talent is to be built on an area of around 48,000 square metres. Photo: Arne Dedert/dpa
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18 June 2020, Hessen, Hochheim: Tennis legend Boris Becker takes part in the ground-breaking ceremony for the planned International Tennis Academy, of which Becker is the name-giver. The 20 million euro project is to be realised not far from Frankfurt by spring 2021 at the latest. The world's largest academy for the promotion of young talent is to be built on an area of around 48,000 square metres. Photo: Arne Dedert/dpa
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18 June 2020, Hessen, Hochheim: Tennis legend Boris Becker takes part in the ground-breaking ceremony for the planned International Tennis Academy, of which Becker is the name-giver. The 20 million euro project is to be realised not far from Frankfurt by spring 2021 at the latest. The world's largest academy for the promotion of young talent is to be built on an area of around 48,000 square metres. Photo: Arne Dedert/dpa
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18 June 2020, Hessen, Hochheim: Tennis legend Boris Becker passes an excavator at the ground-breaking ceremony for the planned International Tennis Academy, of which Becker is the eponym. The 20 million euro project is to be realised not far from Frankfurt by spring 2021 at the latest. The world's largest academy for the promotion of young talent is to be built on an area of around 48,000 square metres. Photo: Arne Dedert/dpa
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18 June 2020, Hessen, Hochheim: Investor Khaled Ezzedine (r) and tennis legend Boris Becker attend the ground-breaking ceremony for the planned International Tennis Academy, of which Becker is the name-giver. The 20 million euro project is to be realised not far from Frankfurt by spring 2021 at the latest. The world's largest academy for the promotion of young talent is to be built on an area of around 48,000 square metres. Photo: Arne Dedert/dpa
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18 June 2020, Hessen, Hochheim: Investor Khaled Ezzedine (r) and tennis legend Boris Becker attend the ground-breaking ceremony for the planned International Tennis Academy, of which Becker is the name-giver. The 20 million euro project is to be realised not far from Frankfurt by spring 2021 at the latest. The world's largest academy for the promotion of young talent is to be built on an area of around 48,000 square metres. Photo: Arne Dedert/dpa
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18 June 2020, Hessen, Hochheim: Investor Khaled Ezzedine (r) and tennis legend Boris Becker attend the ground-breaking ceremony for the planned International Tennis Academy, of which Becker is the name-giver. The 20 million euro project is to be realised not far from Frankfurt by spring 2021 at the latest. The world's largest academy for the promotion of young talent is to be built on an area of around 48,000 square metres. Photo: Arne Dedert/dpa
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18 June 2020, Hessen, Hochheim: Investor Khaled Ezzedine (r-l), tennis legend Boris Becker and academy director Peter Schmidt take part in the ground-breaking ceremony for the planned International Tennis Academy, of which Becker is the name-giver. The 20 million euro project is to be realised not far from Frankfurt by spring 2021 at the latest. The world's largest academy for the promotion of young talent is to be built on an area of around 48,000 square metres. Photo: Arne Dedert/dpa
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18 June 2020, Hessen, Hochheim: Investor Khaled Ezzedine (r) and tennis legend Boris Becker attend the ground-breaking ceremony for the planned International Tennis Academy, of which Becker is the name-giver. The 20 million euro project is to be realised not far from Frankfurt by spring 2021 at the latest. The world's largest academy for the promotion of young talent is to be built on an area of around 48,000 square metres. Photo: Arne Dedert/dpa
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18 June 2020, Hessen, Hochheim: Investor Khaled Ezzedine (r) and tennis legend Boris Becker attend the ground-breaking ceremony for the planned International Tennis Academy, of which Becker is the name-giver. The 20 million euro project is to be realised not far from Frankfurt by spring 2021 at the latest. The world's largest academy for the promotion of young talent is to be built on an area of around 48,000 square metres. Photo: Arne Dedert/dpa

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