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Ashe

 (ăsh), Arthur Robert, Jr. 1943-1993.
American tennis player who was the first African-American player to win the US Open singles championship (1968) and the Wimbledon singles title (1975).

Ashe

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(Biography) Arthur (Robert). 1943–93, US tennis player: US champion 1968; Wimbledon champion 1975

Ashe

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Arthur (Robert, Jr.), 1943–93, U.S. tennis player.
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Critique: A deftly crafted and inherently riveting read from beginning to end, "Moira Ashe: Enemy Within" by Brendon Bertram is a simply compelling (and at points spellbinding!) novel by a master storyteller.
A defence barrister said Ashe's confession was a "demonstration of his remorse, of his guilt".
But Rogers, who grew up in Richmond--the city where Ashe began practicing his craft at the age of 7--has aspirations of following in his hero's footsteps.
Vallee and Patrick Tierney will retire from its board of directors and that the independent directors elected Robert G Ashe as lead director, as of 30 April 2018.