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Dylan Alcott’s partner Chantelle Otten proudly watches her beau receives his Australian Open trophy 

Dylan Alcott’s sexologist partner Chantelle Otten proudly watches her beau receive the championship trophy at the Australian Open

Dylan Alcott solidified his position as world number one after winning his seventh straight Australian Open quad wheelchair singles title on Wednesday.

And proudly cheering on the 30-year-old from the stands was his partner Chantelle Otten, also 30.

The blue-haired beauty was in the players’ box along with her beau’s family, close friends and coaching team.

Number one! Tennis champion Dylan Alcott solidified his position as world number one after winning his seventh straight Australian Open quad wheelchair singles title on Wednesday

Chantelle dressed in an elegant navy blue off-the-shoulder top with high waisted black trousers.

The renowned sexologist, who has been one of his biggest supporters throughout the Melbourne tournament, also had on a Dylan Alcott branded face mask.

She had her arm around a close female friend as they watched the tennis champion accept his trophy in front of the cameras and viewers watching the game at home.

Dylan beat his Dutch rival Sam Schroder 6-1, 6-0. 

Proud: Cheering on the 30-year-old from the stands was his sexologist partner Chantelle Otten. The blue-haired beauty was in the players' box along with her beau's family, close friends and coaching team

Proud: Cheering on the 30-year-old from the stands was his sexologist partner Chantelle Otten. The blue-haired beauty was in the players’ box along with her beau’s family, close friends and coaching team

Final: Dylan beat his Dutch rival Sam Schroder (left) 6-1, 6-0 to win the trophy

Final: Dylan beat his Dutch rival Sam Schroder (left) 6-1, 6-0 to win the trophy

Chantelle and Dylan made their romance public at a tennis event in April 2019, and have been inseparable ever since. 

In an interview with Stellar Magazine last year, Dylan said that growing up with a disability made him insecure about his dating life.

‘I questioned whether anyone would love me because I’m in a wheelchair,’ he told the publication.

Loved up: Chantelle and Dylan made their romance public at a tennis event in April 2019, and have been inseparable ever since

Loved up: Chantelle and Dylan made their romance public at a tennis event in April 2019, and have been inseparable ever since

'I want to change the misconception': In an interview with Stellar Magazine last year, Dylan said that growing up with a disability made him insecure about his dating life. He said: 'I questioned whether anyone would love me because I’m in a wheelchair'

‘I want to change the misconception’: In an interview with Stellar Magazine last year, Dylan said that growing up with a disability made him insecure about his dating life. He said: ‘I questioned whether anyone would love me because I’m in a wheelchair’

‘I want to change the misconception that people can’t have sex or be in relationships or fall in love. The only way to de-stigmatise it is to talk about it,’ he added.

Meanwhile, Chantelle revealed a steamy confession about the pair’s sex life.

‘A lot of people think people with a disability don’t have sex but I’m having the best sex of my life and it’s important for me to say that,’ she said.

Best she ever had: Chantelle revealed also a steamy confession about the pair's sex life. She said: 'A lot of people think people with a disability don’t have sex but I’m having the best sex of my life'

Best she ever had: Chantelle revealed also a steamy confession about the pair’s sex life. She said: ‘A lot of people think people with a disability don’t have sex but I’m having the best sex of my life’

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