I want to help Djokovic win: Boris Becker

Tennis legend Boris Becker has pledged to help current number one Novak Djokovic win more championships after the "perfect year" in 2014.

Becker, who made history by becoming the youngest ever winner of the prestigious Wimbledon tournament at 17, started coaching Djokovic at the end of last year. Under Becker, Djokovic won seven titles, including Wimbledon in the summer of 2014, propelling him back to the number one ranking.

Becker told CNBC this last year had been an ace for the duo.

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"Well we have finished the year as number one, so you know it was pretty much a perfect year. He (Djokovic ) won the Wimbledon tournament earlier in the year and became world champion," Becker said in an interview on CNBC.

"I couldn't ask for a better year. The opposition doesn't sleep…we have to go back to the practice courts soon."

'Couldn't say no'

Becker said that he could not turn down Djokovic when he was asked to coach him.

"Obviously my business plan wasn't necessarily to become a coach after my playing career, but once Novak Djokovic calls you, are not going to say no," Becker said.

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"He is a charming young man, he is driven, he wants to win many more titles and I'd like to help him a little bit along the way."

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From tennis to business

Becker was in London to discuss Alchemy Global, an advisory firm that helps sports and entertainment businesses raise capital, in which he is a shareholder. Alchemy Global does invest its own money, but links clients up with sources of finance and expertise in their area.

He said the move from the world of tennis to business was a natural fit, and was hoping his experience would help businesses grow.

"We (ex-sports professionals) are qualified because we are no longer 25, yet we have a world of experience in our chosen field and there we have met so many people and people trust us," he told CNBC. "I think it's a natural fit to go from, in my case being on the court, then getting involved in companies like Alchemy."