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It’s just normal,” Dellacqua said after closing in on a symbolic doubles double at the French Open in Paris.
Dellacqua and Fed Cup team-mate Ashleigh Barty on Monday advanced to the quarter-finals of the women‘s doubles at Roland Garros before the West Australian teamed with American Rajeev Ram to make the semis of the mixed.
Enjoying widespread locker-room support after calling out Court for her vocal opposition to same-sex marriage on the eve of the clay-court grand slam, Dellacqua winning either event would be seen as a major statement of defiance after Court enraged players with her claim that “tennis is full of lesbians”.
But Dellacqua — who has two young children with partner Amanda Judd — insisted she had nothing to prove to Court, except that she is a regular human being too.