Boris Becker has appeared to break quarantine rules after a visit to Dubai, thought to have taken place last week.
The tennis ace, 52, was filmed by his friend during his visit.
But upon his return to London, Boris was spotted enjoying a stroll around Hyde Park with his girlfriend Lilian de Carvalho Monteiro.
Rule breaker? Boris Becker has appeared to break quarantine rules after his return to Dubai last week as he was snapped on Sunday in Hyde Park with his girlfriend Lilian
The tennis champ cut a casual figure and wrapped his arm around Lilian, who seemed preoccupied on her phone during the walk.
The Tennis ace looked relaxed as he visited the trendy eatery in Mayfair on Wednesday before departing after a prolonged visit inside.
Visit: The three-time Wimbledon champion met his artist friend Neel Shukla during the trip
Due to England’s second lockdown, restaurants are only allowed to be open for takeaway and visitors should not be allowed to dine in, and Boris was also seen entering the restaurant without a mask on.
Anti-pandemic rules mean he should have gone into quarantine for two weeks after returning from Dubai.
The three-time Wimbledon champion met his artist friend Neel Shukla during the trip.
Out and about: Boris was also pictured arriving at C Restaurant on Wednesday and stayed inside for two hours despite lockdown restrictions
A video posted on Shukla’s Instagram account on November 4 showed him with Becker inside the Etihad Museum, which explains the United Arab Emirates’ heritage.
Shukla said in the film: ‘I have brought such a special guest today to the Etihad Museum. Boris…I’m so honoured and proud to have you at the museum.’
In reply, Becker said the displays are ‘unbelievable’.
A few days later, the artist shared a photo of a dinner with Becker in Dubai.
Twice-wed father-of-four Becker, who has a home in Wimbledon, is due to stand trial next year after being accused of concealing funds during a bankruptcy hearing.
He has sold his Spanish villa for around £4million to pay debts.
The star’s spokesman did not respond to requests for comment.
Court case: Boris’ outing comes after it was reported he had ‘handed back the keys’ to a £9million luxury villa and estate in Majorca as part of his bankruptcy proceedings