August 18, 2008
The game is set for a perfect match between lovebirds Boris Becker and Alessandra Meyer-Wolden.
Although Sandy, 24 was only a toddler when tennis legend Boris, 40, took Wimbledon by storm, the pair have known each other for many years - she is the daughter of Boris' late manager Axel Meyer-Wolden.
They held an official engagement party at the Kaefer Restaurant in Munich, Southern Germany on Saturday night.
The loved-up couple were all over each other as they left the restaurant. Sandy even sat on her fianc's lap in the back of their waiting car as they both giggled at photographers.Boris popped the question on a holiday on the Italian island of Sardinia the previous week.
As he proposed, Boris presented her with a ring with two diamonds.
Sandy, a jewellery designed, told reporters the day after the engagement: 'I didn't know anything about it, I was totally surprised.
'One represents Boris and one represents me.'
The pair's relationship only came to light at the beginning of the month, after paparazzi caught them on the Spanish island of Formentera and later on Sardinia.
They first met when her father, Axel, was Becker's manager. He died in 1997.
The engaged couple have flown to New York to plan their nuptials but they have yet to release additional details.
'Our relationship is completely serious,' she said.
The tennis star married Barbara Feltus in 1993 and the couple had two sons, Noah Gabriel, 14, and Elias Balthasar, 8, before the marriage ended acrimoniously in 2001.
Becker's divorce from Barbara reportedly cost him 10 million. He gave her their 1.8 million apartment on Florida's Fisher Island, several hundred thousand pounds worth of jewels and pays 4,000 a month in maintenance for his sons.
In 2000, he was forced to confess to fathering a daughter with Angela Ermakova after having sex in a broom closet with her in a London hotel.
He has also dated German rapper Sabrina Setlur and dancer Caroline Rocher.
'I can't ask every woman I fall in love with to marry me after six months.
'Rather than cause disappointments I think it's important to be above-board,' Becker said during an interview in 2006.