Becker can't find his trophies

The six-time Grand Slam winner told a London Court he would hand them over "tomorrow" if he had access to them, as a trial into his alleged failure to declare assets continues.

Mr Becker, 54, was declared bankrupt in 2017, with nine trophies and medals among assets he is accused of failing to declare.

He denies 24 charges against him.

The German former world number one told the court he has sold his properties to help fix his financial situation and he owned "lots" of trophies and memorabilia from his career, but some are now missing.

Google 'tracking iPhone users' case goes ahead

The case had previously been blocked by the High Court.

It was brought by Richard Lloyd, former director of the consumer rights group Which?

Google said in response: "The case relates to events that took place nearly a decade ago and that we addressed at the time."

"We believe it has no merit and should be dismissed," it added.

Crown’s appeal adjourned sine die in Tonga court, accused still in US

It has been revealed the defendant has left for the US and has not returned to Tonga.

Kaniva News reports tThe decision came after a Magistrate in 2011 fined and ordered Supileo ‘Uhatafe to pay $100 immediately after Police charged him for causing bodily harm. If he failed to pay the fine he would have served six weeks in jail.

The Magistrate also fined and ordered ‘Uhatafe to pay $50 immediately after Police charged him for assault. Failing to do so would have ended him up in jail for three weeks.

Tongan found guilty of making false statement over passport

The accused who was charged with six counts was only convicted on one count of making the false statement, when he applied for the Tongan passport under the name Sosaia Taufa Finau and failed to provide other names he was known by in his passport application as required.

Mr Justice Cato in his verdict on July 30 said the case was unusual.