Off the court
Examines the career of tennis great Arthur Ashe and discusses his off-court endeavors, including his struggle against apartheid and his efforts to gain recognition for the Black athletes of South Africa
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American apartheid Arthur Ashe asked athlete Australia backhand ball beat Bjorn Borg black community Byrd Park Champion Championships Charlie Pasarell coach Connors court Daddy Davis Cup Davis Cup team Dennis Ralston Donald father feel felt Finals Reached Record forehand friends hair heart attack Jeanne Jimmy Jimmy Connors Johnson Ken Rosewall knew later learned look lost married match McEnroe mother never night Okker open tennis opponent pain play tennis Played Tournaments Won political problems racquet Ralston Ranking Season Highlights Record U.S. Ranking Richmond Ron Charity Roscoe Tanner Rosewall Roy Emerson semifinals serve shot someone South Africa Stan Smith talked tell tennis players thing thought told took tour Tournaments Played Tournaments trip U.S. Open UCLA Virginia volley walked Wimbledon woman women Won Finals Reached