Arthur Ashe played tennis.
At tennis tournaments.
If you mean Arthur Ashe, tennis.
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Arthur Ashe's main work was on the tennis court.
Arthur Ashe had a brother named Johnnie Ashe.
Arthur Ashe attended UCLA on a tennis scholarship.
Arthur Ashe was african, but he doesn't play anymore
he played tennis
Maybe in an alternate universe. Arthur Ashe was a great tennis player.
Arthur Ashe. There's a stadium named after him in Flushing, NY.
Yes. Arthur Ashe started tennis at an early age and met Ronald Charity, one of the best African American tennis players in the country, at the age of seven. Charity took an interest in Arthur and basically became his first coach. Click on the 'Arthur Ashe' link below to read about his childhood and lifestory from ArthurAshe.org.
Arthur Ashe started playing tennis professionally in 1970 and he retired in 1980. He was an American World No. 1 professional tennis player.
He was an awesome historical tennis player.
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Yes. It is often said that Ashe was a prodigy.
Arthur Ashe's greatest achievement was that he became the first professional African American tennis player