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.

Charges against suspended Samoa policeman dismissed

According to court documents all the charges against Hillary Eteuati were dismissed in a separate hearing in 2016 and in a Supreme Court appeal hearing last year.

But the lawyer for the accused had fought a long legal battle against the prosecution over why the police had wanted to refile the charges.

Mr Eteuati was originally charged with assault, obstruction, threatening words and armed with a dangerous weapon.