Showing 1 - 10 of 39 Stories for Arthur Ashe
A Man of Many Words
Arthur Ashe is a bibliophile with a passion for collecting books on black athletes
Marty just might be the man
Steadying down—and coming up stronger at 29—relatively unknown Marty Riessen may be the best bet for a U.S. victory at Forest Hills
AN UNDERSTUDY TAKES CHARGE
When Arthur Ashe was chosen to face Mexico in Davis Cup play, it was hoped he might help U.S. star Dennis Ralston by winning one match. As it developed, he ...
Just A Decent Bloke
...until Ken Rosewall, a muscleless marvel of 37, grabs a racket. Then he carves up people
A winner rises from the ashes
Dell was at Wimbledon last year—that was right after the U.S. had been humiliated by Ecuador—and he kept hearing how it was Arthur Ashe (who lost two ...
Riding the crest of a winning wave
With his victory in the World Championship Tennis finals in Dallas last week, formerly the private fishing grounds of Messrs. Rosewall and Laver, Stan Smith proved he has left his competition high and dry
FOR LOVE AND MONEY
Then in the fourth round he met Roscoe Tanner who had upset Arthur Ashe. Against the young, strong-serving Tanner on Centre Court, ...
The dregs in the dullest cup
Once a premier event, the Davis Cup is now in a lower class by itself. The Challenge Round was last week, only, as usual, it was no challenge
American Revolution The battle for supremacy in the women's game seemed over after the Williams sisters dominated the U.S. Open as never before
the bar," said Jeanne Moutoussamy-Ashe, the widow of Arthur Ashe, after the match in the stadium named for her husband. "I feel tonight the ...