He's still got it! Arnold Schwarzenegger puts his athleticism to the test in a wheelchair tennis game against champion Dylan Alcott after revealing he 'feels just as good at 70 as he did 20 years ago'
He's the Hollywood heavyweight who regularly goes to the gym even at 70-years-of-age.
And Arnold Schwarzenegger put his athleticism to the test by playing wheelchair tennis at Sports Festival Australia, on Saturday.
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He's still got it! Arnold Schwarzenegger put his athleticism to the test by playing wheelchair tennis at Sports Festival Australia, on Saturday
He was particularly overjoyed to meet with Australian Open wheelchair tennis champion Dylan Alcott.
The two were even spotted sharing a warm embrace.
Arnold was also game to get into a wheelchair and do a friendly match with the Paralympian, and was seen wheeling himself around the mini arena.
Friendly: He was particularly overjoyed to meet with Australian Open wheelchair tennis champion Dylan Alcott
Meeting an icon: The Paralympian was equally happy to meet the bodybuilding icon and the two even shared a warm embrace
The Terminator star's day out on the court comes after he revealed he only thinks of his age as a number.
'I don't even think that I'm 70, I know I'm 70, but so what?' the philanthropist shared in an interview with The Project.
'It's only on my passport or my driver's licence, but I feel the same way as I did 20 years ago.'
What a match! Arnold was also game to get into a wheelchair and do a friendly match with the Paralympian, and was seen wheeling himself around the mini arena
Showing off his skills: The Terminator star's day out on the court comes after he revealed his secret to perfect health
'I feel good about myself. I work out. I make my movies. Life is great. I feel useful and productive,' he added.
Arnie is in Melbourne for the 2018 The Arnold Sports Festival.
He will next be seen in film Viy 2: Journey to China alongside Jackie Chan and Jason Flemyng, which is set for release later this year.
Fitness enthusiast: Arnold was all smiles as he met with the crowd at the Melbourne convention
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