Becker has taken to Twitter to express his displeasure at Courier’s line of questioning towards Djokovic.
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Following Djokovic’s win over Andrey Kuznetsov, Courier used his post-match interview to ask the Serbian about Becker’s love of hashtags on Twitter.
Becker, Djokovic’s coach since the end of 2013, was clearly not happy with Courier’s line of questioning.
‘Don’t understand why #Courier would ask @DjokerNole after a good win @AustralianOpen about my #…wrong place or timing,’ Becker tweeted.
— Boris Becker (@TheBorisBecker) January 22, 2015