Will Ferrell isn't the only American actor causing ripples Under. Aussie wheelchair-tennis star Dylan Alcott shared some court/hallway/air time with Hollywood heavyweight Will Smith during the first week of this Australian Open. 

In the words of the now–49-years-young Fresh Prince performer himself, he and the 27-year-old Alcott would take all comers in wheelchair doubles action.

It's difficult not to believe him, basically because Alcott is a three-time Paralympic gold medalist in wheelchair quad singles and doubles play.

Alcott, also a Paralympian – and a silver medalist at that – in wheelchair basketball certainly knows how to play well with others or sort things out in solitary fashion. His natural gift of gab aided him in buddying up to Smith, who also enjoyed a stylish Nick Kyrgios match before passing out of town. 

Follow Jon on Twitter @jonscott9


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