Aussie tennis superstar Dylan Alcott wins GOLD at the Tokyo Paralympic Games, complementing his 14 Grand Slam singles titles
- Dylan Alcott claims gold at Tokyo Paralympic Games in wheelchair tennis
Australian favorite Dylan Alcott has won gold at the Tokyo Paralympics, making it the best player in wheelchair tennis history.
The 30-year-old added gold to his 14 singles grand slam titles after taking home his second medal at the Tokyo Paralympic Games on Saturday.
Alcott claimed victory against Dutch No. 2 Sam Schroder, of the Netherlands, in the quad singles final after being on the pitch for 90 minutes.
Dylan Alcott Claims Gold Medal in Men’s Quad Singles at Tokyo Paralympics Games
The Australian worked hard in the first set in which he reached a tiebreak with his younger Dutch opponent.
More to come.