Outside of this, he has a bundle of other outstanding accomplishments:
In 1958, he turned into the main African-American to play in the Maryland young men's titles.
In 1960, he turned into the primary African-American to win the National Junior Indoor tennis title
In 1963, he turned into the main African-American to be enlisted by the U.S. Davis Cup group.
In 1975, he turned into the primary African-American tennis player to be positioned No. 1 on the planet.
in 1985, he turned into the main African-American U.S. subject to be enlisted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame.
Outside of tennis Ashe is known for establishing the Arthur Ashe Foundation for the Defeat of AIDS and the Arthur Ashe Institute for Urban Health.
On June 20, 1993, he was after death granted the Presidential Medal of Freedom by then United States President Bill Clinton.