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Naomi Osaka Says She May 'Take a Break' from Tennis After US Open LossJim Valvano's inspiring ‘Don’t give up ... Don’t ever give up!’ speech at The ESPYS | ESPN Archive54 years ago, Arthur Ashe became the first African American to win the @usopen Singles Championship. 🎾HISTORY 🙌 Frances Tiafoe is the first Black American man to reach the USOpen semifinals since Arthur Ashe in 1972.Arthur Ashe Discusses The Factors For His Heart Disease | The Dick Cavett ShowVitali Klitschko honored to receive the Arthur Ashe Courage Award | 2022 ESPYS45 years ago today, Arthur Ashe became the first Black man to win a Wimbledon singles title as he defeated Jimmy Connors, 6-1, 6-1, 5-7, 6-4.Arthur Ashe on Being Right-Eyed And Right-Footed | The Dick Cavett ShowArthur Ashe on Being Right-Eyed And Right-Footed | The Dick Cavett ShowFrances Tiafoe advances! He is the first Black American man to reach a USOpen semifinal since Arthur Ashe in 1972, and he did so on the very court named after the tennis legend.How a False Arrest Pushed Ex-Tennis Pro James Blake to Be a Voice for Police AccountabilityArthur Ashe was the first African American man to win the French, Wimbledon, and U.S. Open tournaments. Off the court, he fought against apartheid, supported domestic educational reform, challenged U.S. immigration policy, and raised awareness about HIV/AIDS.Today in 1975, Arthur Ashe beat Jimmy Connors to become the first Black man to ever win @Wimbledon. In 2021, he's still the only Black man to win the singles title.Arthur Ashe became the first Black man to win the US Open 53 years ago today Now, the U.S. Open is played in Arthur Ashe Stadium.Arthur Ashe "Women Don't Deserve The Same Amount Of Prize Money As Men" | The Dick Cavett ShowThis tennis racket belonged to Arthur Ashe, who on July 5, 1975, became the first African American man to win a Wimbledon singles title when he defeated Jimmy Connors. How he made tennis history:These photos of Arthur Ashe, the first black man to win a singles title at the U.S. Open, represented the athlete as he lived: a complex and self-possessed man in the midst of a life-altering eventFormer heavyweight boxing champion and mayor of Kyiv, Vitali Klitschko, will be honored with the Arthur Ashe Award for Courage at the 2022 @ESPYS. Klitschko has been a central figure in his country’s defense since it was invaded by Russian forces in late February.How Zverev compares to the most reviled players in the mens gameCaught Alcatraz’s shoe after the QF match at Arthur Ashe!!Robin Roberts accepts the Arthur Ashe Courage Award | 2013 ESPYS | ESPN ArchiveWhat a run for Frances Tiafoe 🙌 ➤ First Black American man to reach semifinals since Arthur Ashe ➤ First man to win 8 tiebreakers in a single US Open since 1970 ➤ Last American standing @FTiafoe |The first Black American male to reach the semifinals since Arthur Ashe in 1972. 🙌 @FTiafoe makes his USOpen Semifinal debut against Carlos Alcaraz Garfia.Arthur Ashe Stadium appreciation post! 🎾🏟🗽 TravelTuesday |Arthur Ashe Stadium Unveils Retractable RoofCommentary: Trump's Comments Drive Athletes to Unify | Real Sports w/ Bryant Gumbel | HBO

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