Recalling his famous victory back in 2015, Becker told BBC Sport: “It was a very different emotion.
“I didn’t quite know what, I couldn’t grasp it, but I knew it was a life-changing moment.”
Also speaking on the 30th anniversary of the final, Curren told the Guardian the defeat to Becker was special memory, rather than a bitter one.
“He [Becker] always has a little dig at me about it,” said Curren.
“But it’s been a very special part of my life and the greatest tournament in tennis. I’m very grateful for the experiences I’ve had.”