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Becker Exposes Himself in Newspaper

Boris Becker has become the latest German celebrity to bare his soul and much more on Monday, as the first installment of his autobiography, Stay a Moment Longer, hit the newsstands in his home country. Following the current trend for stars to expose themselves in print, Becker has allowed popular mass circulation tabloid Bild Zeiting to exclusively disclose facts about the broom cupboard liaison which resulted in an illegitimate daughter, his thoughts on infidelity -- "Men were not made for monogamy" -- and his surprising success with the opposite sex, despite the fact that he describes himself as having “a small male part.” The former tennis star also plans to tell of his marriage and money problems as the book’s serialization continues.