By DAILY MAIL REPORTER
Still got it: A redfaced Boris shows off his athletic prowess as he performs chin ups for the clapping audience
Arriving on the red carpet of the Laureus World Sports Awards tonight, all eyes were on Boris Becker's stunning wife Sharlely 'Lilly' Kerssenberg in her dazzling gold gown.
But once inside the venue, the German tennis ace managed to steal the spotlight by showing off his athletic prowess.
The retired sportsman, 43, showed he's still in good shape as he performed some chin-ups on a metal bar to the delight of the star-studded crowd at Emirates Palace in Abu Dhabi.
However, his Dutch wife Lilly, 34, was definitely the belle of the ball in her shimmering silver and bronze floor-length strapless gown.
The fitted dress demonstrated she had got her model figure back exactly a year after giving birth to her first child - and Boris's fourth - Amadeus.
Perhaps in a bid to keep up with his nine-years-younger wife, Becker admitted undergoing a facelift recently.
Nice set of wheels: The couple pose in front of a Mercedes Benz as they arrive at the bash
He told Daybreak in November: 'I also had a facelift recently and I coloured my hair, so...
'I turned 43 this week, and winning Wimbledon was 25 years ago, and I do feel very much like I'm 43 right now.'
As a member of the Laureus Sports Academy panel, Becker attends the ceremony every year and helps choose the winners.
The big winners this year were Spain with both tennis player Rafael Nadal and their World Cup football picking up Sportsman Of The Year and Team Of The Year respectively.
Strike a pose: Spanish actress Elsa Pataky - soon to be seen in the next Fast And The Furious sequel - showed off her curves in a mocha dress
French footballer Zinedine Zidane, who attended with his wife Veronique, was honoured with the Lifetime Achievement Award.
However, one winner, U.S. Alpine skier Lindsay Vonn, could not make the event to pick up her Sportswoman of the Year because she is currently participating in the Alpine Skiing World Championships in Germany.
Vonn won the Olympic Downhill Gold medal at the Vancouver Winter Games in February 2010 just days after injuring her shin.
That's entertainment: Host Kevin Spacey holds one of the awards (left), while Irish pop star Ronan Keating belts out a number
Brave: Spacey played a game of table tennis on stage with Wimbledon champion Rafael Nadal
The ceremony was hosted by Hollywood star Kevin Spacey, who enjoyed a spot of table tennis with the Wimbledon champion Nadal.
Entertainment was provided by Irish pop star Ronan Keating, who looked dapper in a black suit.
Aside from Lilly, other glamour at the predominantly-male awards was provided by British Olympian Dame Kelly Holmes and Spanish actresses Paz Vega and Elsa Pataky.
Sports stars and their WAGS: Italian jockey Frankie Dettori and his wife Catherine (left) and French football star Zinedine Zidane and his wife Veronique (right)
Triumphant: (L-R) Nadal with his Sportsman Of The Year trophy, American surfer Kelly Slater with his World Action Sportsperson of the Year and Zidane with his Lifetime Achievement honour
Rafael Nadal - Laureus World Sports Awards
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