After that match, he vowed that he would never play at Wimbledon again.
However, Becker played Wimbledon one more time in 1999, this time losing in the fourth round to Patrick Rafter.
He also coached Novak Djokovic for three years beginning in 2013.
By 1995 Becker had been in continual decline for half a decade.that year though, Becker reached the Wimbledon final for the seventh time, by defeating Agassi in the semifinals.The same year he also won season ending WCT Finals for the rival World Championship Tennis tour, defeating Edberg in four sets.In 1989, Becker won two Grand Slam singles titles, the only year he won more than one.As a German teenager, Becker won the Tennis World Young Masters at the NEC in Birmingham in 1985, before taking his first top-level singles title in June that year at Queen's Club.
Two weeks later, on 7 July, he became the first unseeded player and the first German to win the Wimbledon singles title, defeating Kevin Curren in four sets.Becker's sixth and final Grand Slam title came in 1996 when he defeated Chang in the final of the Australian Open.After winning the Queen's Club Championships for the fourth time, Becker was widely expected to mount a serious challenge for the Wimbledon title in 1996, but his bid ended abruptly when he damaged his right wrist during a third-round match against Neville Godwin and was forced to withdraw.Becker lost to Sampras in the final of the 1996 ATP Tour World Championships in Hanover.Becker saved two match points in the fourth set and held serve 27 consecutive times until he was broken in the penultimate game.Becker also helped West Germany win its first Davis Cup in 1988.