His nickname in the German press is "Bobbele."
His nicknames included "Boom Boom" and "Baron Von Slam" because he had one of the most powerful serve's in the game.
Boris's star sign is Scorpio.
Boris shares his birthday (November 22) with Billie Jean King a fellow tennis player.
Boris is a fan of football club Bayern Munich and he serves on its advisory board.
In 2003 Boris published his autobiography entitled Augenblick, verweile doch... (English title: The Player).
Boris turned a professional tennis player in 1984 and retired in 1999 after a 15-year career.
Boris is right handed.
Boris's win-loss record in doubles is 254-136.
Boris' win-loss record in singles is 713-214.
Boris's total career prize money is $25,080,956.
Boris has three children; Noah, Elias, and Anna.
Boris won the ITF World Champion award in 1989.
In Boris's autobiography he admitted to being high on drugs during his Wimbledon Grand Slam final against Swede Stefan Edbrg.
Over the course of his career, Boris won 49 singles titles and 15 doubles titles.
Boris was inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame in 2003.
Boris is the youngest person to win the men's singles title at Wimbledon. He was also the first unseeded player, and German, to win the men's singles title.
Boris: I had beaten a lot of players. Being beaten in tennis is not the same as being beaten in football. Tennis is one-to-one combat-you physically, mentally and emotionally beat the other guy. When you've done that for 15 years it creates a lot of resentment.
Boris: I didn't kill nobody; I didn't rape no children; I had sex with a woman who wasn't my wife. It was wrong, but I paid for it.
Boris: An autobiography is not about pictures; it's about the stories; it's about honesty and as much truth as you can tell without coming too close to other people's privacy.