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Queens stadium name Eugene Sheffer 07 Jun 2021
Eponym for a Queens stadium The Washington Post 28 May 2021
Eponym for a Queens stadium LA Times Daily 28 May 2021
Arthur of tennis The Washington Post 26 May 2021
Arthur of tennis LA Times Daily 26 May 2021
Tennis immortal The Washington Post 23 May 2021
Tennis immortal LA Times Daily 23 May 2021
Tennis champ Arthur Eugene Sheffer 18 May 2021
Tennis great Arthur Eugene Sheffer 15 May 2021
Laver contemporary Newsday 07 May 2021
Tennis legend Arthur Eugene Sheffer 05 May 2021
ESPN's Arthur __ Courage Award Newsday 02 May 2021
Arthur of tennis fame Wall Street Journal 26 Apr 2021
Tennis great who wrote 'Days of Grace' The Washington Post 21 Apr 2021
Tennis great who wrote "Days of Grace" LA Times Daily 21 Apr 2021
Arthur who ruled the court? Universal 19 Apr 2021
"A Hard Road to Glory" author LA Times Daily 11 Apr 2021
'A Hard Road to Glory' author The Washington Post 11 Apr 2021
US Open finals stadium Newsday 08 Apr 2021
Tennis great Arthur USA Today 05 Apr 2021
Tennis great posthumously awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom New York Times 24 Mar 2021
Tennis icon Arthur The Washington Post 17 Mar 2021
Tennis icon Arthur LA Times Daily 17 Mar 2021
Arthur --, 1943-93, US tennis player The Telegraph General Knowledge 14 Mar 2021
Tennis' Arthur Premier Sunday 14 Feb 2021
Arthur of tennis Wall Street Journal 13 Feb 2021
Court star Arthur Thomas Joseph 09 Feb 2021
Queens stadium namesake LA Times Daily 04 Feb 2021
Queens stadium namesake The Washington Post 04 Feb 2021
'Hard Road to Glory' author The Washington Post 31 Jan 2021
"Hard Road to Glory" author LA Times Daily 31 Jan 2021
Rod Laver rival Newsday 29 Jan 2021
US Open's Arthur __ Stadium Newsday 17 Jan 2021
North Carolina county near the Tennessee border New York Times 09 Jan 2021
Big Apple's Arthur __ Stadium Newsday 06 Jan 2021
Tennis icon Arthur Universal 19 Dec 2020
Arthur who wrote 'Days of Grace' New York Times 08 Dec 2020
'A Hard Road to Glory: A History of the African-American Athlete' author Arthur USA Today 08 Dec 2020
Tennis great Arthur Universal 10 Nov 2020
World's largest tennis stadium LA Times Daily 01 Nov 2020
World's largest tennis stadium The Washington Post 01 Nov 2020
Athlete on a 2005 U.S. stamp Wall Street Journal 31 Oct 2020
Tennis great Arthur New York Times 26 Oct 2020
Tennis's Arthur ___ Stadium Jonesin 20 Oct 2020
Tennis legend Arthur Universal 11 Oct 2020
He was mentored by Althea Gibson's coach Newsday 10 Oct 2020
Arthur who wrote "A Hard Road to Glory" Universal 07 Oct 2020
He was named 1992's Sportsman of the Year, despite retiring from tennis 12 years earlier New York Times 30 Sep 2020
Tennis great Arthur Wall Street Journal 28 Sep 2020
20 Down star Arthur The Washington Post Sunday 20 Sep 2020
Tennis great who wrote "A Hard Road to Glory" Universal 12 Sep 2020
Arthur who won three Grand Slam singles titles Universal 10 Sep 2020
Court legend Arthur LA Times Daily 09 Sep 2020
Court legend Arthur The Washington Post 09 Sep 2020
US Open stadium namesake LA Times Daily 01 Sep 2020
US Open stadium namesake The Washington Post 01 Sep 2020
Tennis great Arthur LA Times Daily 31 Aug 2020
Tennis great Arthur The Washington Post 31 Aug 2020
U.S. Davis Cup captain, 1981-1985 The Washington Post Sunday 30 Aug 2020
'Moral of the Story' singer USA Today 12 Aug 2020
Tennis icon Arthur The Washington Post Sunday 09 Aug 2020
Arthur ___ Courage Award USA Today 29 Jul 2020
Tennis great Arthur Newsday 22 Jul 2020
He's a smashing sporting legend The Telegraph Toughie 21 Jul 2020
1975 Wimbledon winner New York Times 18 Jul 2020
Queens tennis venue honoree LA Times Daily 16 Jul 2020
Queens tennis venue honoree The Washington Post 16 Jul 2020
World's largest tennis stadium, familiarly New York Times 12 Jul 2020
Tennis great Arthur Thomas Joseph 24 Jun 2020
Bjorn Borg contemporary Newsday 18 Jun 2020
1975 Wimbledon winner LA Times Daily 04 Jun 2020
1975 Wimbledon winner The Washington Post 04 Jun 2020
ESPY Courage Award namesake The Washington Post 29 May 2020
ESPY Courage Award namesake LA Times Daily 29 May 2020
Eponym of the Sports Scholar Awards from Diverse: Issues in Higher Education The Washington Post Sunday 24 May 2020
Arthur ___ Stadium Universal 23 May 2020
1968 U.S. Open champion Arthur Universal 20 May 2020
Court legend Arthur New York Times 19 May 2020
Court great Arthur Premier Sunday 17 May 2020
ESPN's Arthur ___ Courage Award New York Times 12 May 2020
Big Apple tennis venue USA Today 26 Apr 2020
First recipient of the ATP Player of the Year award Wall Street Journal 16 Apr 2020
Court star Arthur The Washington Post Sunday 22 Mar 2020
Wimbledon winner of 1975 Wall Street Journal 18 Mar 2020
Tennis legend Arthur USA Today 18 Mar 2020
Tennis legend Arthur New York Times 16 Mar 2020
Arthur ___ Stadium USA Today 15 Mar 2020
Arthur with a racket Premier Sunday 08 Mar 2020
1968 U.S. Open champ The Washington Post Sunday 01 Mar 2020
Queens tennis stadium USA Today 22 Feb 2020
Arthur who won the 1968 US Open USA Today 18 Feb 2020
Arthur in the International Tennis Hall of Fame LA Times Daily 06 Feb 2020
Arthur in the International Tennis Hall of Fame The Washington Post 06 Feb 2020
First African-American Davis Cup player
Arthur of tennis Premier Sunday 19 Jan 2020
First African-American Davis Cup player New York Times 19 Jan 2020
Tennis star with an ESPY named for him The New Yorker 06 Jan 2020
Tennis great LA Times Daily 05 Jan 2020
Tennis great The Washington Post 05 Jan 2020
Tennis's Arthur ___ Stadium
Tennis's Arthur ___ Stadium New York Times 31 Dec 2019
1970 Australian Open winner Wall Street Journal 28 Dec 2019
Namesake of a Queens stadium that anagrams to the namesake of a former Queens stadium The Washington Post Sunday 15 Dec 2019
1975 winner over Connors at Wimbledon Wall Street Journal 10 Dec 2019
Queens stadium The New Yorker 09 Dec 2019
Eponym of a U.S. Open stadium New York Times 04 Dec 2019
Three-time Grand Slam winner Arthur Universal 04 Dec 2019
Eponym of a U.S. Open stadium
Queens stadium name Universal 29 Nov 2019
Queens stadium namesake Wall Street Journal 27 Nov 2019
Activist and athlete Arthur Universal 22 Nov 2019
1975 Wimbledon champ New York Times 17 Nov 2019
Court legend Arthur Premier Sunday 10 Nov 2019
ESPY Courage Award namesake USA Today 07 Nov 2019
Arthur on a 2005 postage stamp USA Today 04 Nov 2019
1980s U.S. Davis Cup team captain
1980s U.S. Davis Cup team captain New York Times 03 Nov 2019
Connors contemporary Newsday 01 Nov 2019
World's largest tennis venue USA Today 30 Oct 2019
Second African-American inducted into the Tennis Hall of Fame LA Times Daily 24 Oct 2019
Second African-American inducted into the Tennis Hall of Fame The Washington Post 24 Oct 2019
US Open stadium named for a US Open winner The Washington Post 23 Oct 2019
US Open stadium named for a US Open winner LA Times Daily 23 Oct 2019
Queens tennis stadium The Washington Post 22 Oct 2019
Queens tennis stadium LA Times Daily 22 Oct 2019
Tennis great Arthur who wrote 'A Hard Road to Glory' The Washington Post 14 Oct 2019
Tennis great Arthur who wrote "A Hard Road to Glory" LA Times Daily 14 Oct 2019
Tennis great whose name sounds like a tree Universal 23 Sep 2019
Arthur who won the Open Era's first U.S. Open Universal 18 Sep 2019
1968 U.S. Open winner Arthur USA Today 16 Aug 2019
Arthur with a stadium named after him New York Times 05 Aug 2019
'Days of Grace' memoirist Arthur New York Times 28 Jul 2019
Queens stadium eponym New York Times 26 Jul 2019
Arthur of the courts USA Today 30 Jun 2019
Court immortal The Washington Post 29 Jun 2019
Court immortal LA Times Daily 29 Jun 2019
Eponym of the world's largest tennis stadium New York Times 12 Jun 2019
Tennis legend Arthur The Washington Post 27 May 2019
1981-86 Davis Cup captain USA Today 25 May 2019
Tennis great on a postage stamp USA Today 20 May 2019
Arthur __ Stadium (US Open venue) Newsday 19 May 2019
'Off the Court' author Arthur USA Today 17 May 2019
'Off the Court' autobiographer Wall Street Journal 16 May 2019
USTA stadium namesake USA Today 14 May 2019
Arthur of tennis fame New York Times 13 May 2019
Stadium near 46-Across USA Today 10 May 2019
Arthur on a U.S. stamp USA Today 09 May 2019
Court king Arthur Premier Sunday 28 Apr 2019
Court champ Arthur Premier Sunday 21 Apr 2019
Court legend Arthur Wall Street Journal 16 Apr 2019
Queens's Arthur ___ Stadium New York Times 03 Apr 2019
1970 Australian Open winner Arthur USA Today 03 Apr 2019
Court legend Arthur USA Today 29 Mar 2019
Arthur of the courts Wall Street Journal 18 Mar 2019
Tennis star Arthur Premier Sunday 17 Mar 2019
Courage Award namesake USA Today 15 Mar 2019
'60s-'70s tennis great Arthur The Washington Post 14 Mar 2019
'60s-'70s tennis great Arthur LA Times Daily 14 Mar 2019
Athlete who wrote a history of African-American athletes The Washington Post 17 Jan 2019
Athlete who wrote a history of African-American athletes LA Times Daily 17 Jan 2019
Eponym of the Courage Award given at the ESPYs New York Times 13 Jan 2019
Lead-in to '-ville' New York Times 06 Jan 2019
1970 Australian Open winner New York Times 03 Jan 2019
1970 Australian Open winner
Arthur __ Stadium (tennis tourney venue) Newsday 02 Jan 2019
"Days of Grace" author Arthur
'60s-'70s tennis great Arthur
1975 Wimbledon winner
Arthur of tennis
Athlete who wrote a history of African-American athletes
Court immortal
Queens tennis stadium
Second African-American inducted into the Tennis Hall of Fame
Tennis great Arthur who wrote "A Hard Road to Glory"
Tennis immortal
Tennis legend Arthur
US Open stadium named for a US Open winner
Tennis legend Arthur
Tennis great whose name sounds like a tree
Tennis great Arthur
Arthur who won the Open Era's first U.S. Open
Wimbledon winner with a wooden racket
Tennis great Arthur
Queens stadium namesake
Court legend Arthur
Arthur of the courts
"Off the Court" autobiographer
"Days of Grace" memoirist
Queens's Arthur ___ Stadium
Queens stadium eponym
Lead-in to "-ville"
Eponym of the world's largest tennis stadium
Eponym of the Courage Award given at the ESPYs
Arthur with a stadium named after him
"Days of Grace" memoirist Arthur
"Off the Court" author Arthur
1968 U.S. Open winner Arthur
1970 Australian Open winner Arthur
1981-86 Davis Cup captain
Arthur of the courts
Arthur on a 2005 postage stamp
Arthur on a U.S. stamp
Big Apple tennis venue
Courage Award namesake
Stadium near 46-Across
Tennis great on a postage stamp
USTA stadium namesake
World's largest tennis venue
'Off the Court' autobiographer Arthur The Washington Post 26 Dec 2018
"Off the Court" autobiographer Arthur LA Times Daily 26 Dec 2018
Namesake of ESPN's Courage Award USA Today 23 Dec 2018
Arthur __ Stadium (U.S. Open venue) Newsday 16 Dec 2018
Arthur ____ is the only black player to win a men’s singles Grand Slam title other than the French Open The Times Specialist Sunday 16 Dec 2018
U.S. Open stadium dedicatee Wall Street Journal 15 Dec 2018
Arthur once on clay The Washington Post Sunday 09 Dec 2018
Tennis venue, or its namesake USA Today 06 Dec 2018
Big Apple tennis stadium USA Today 03 Dec 2018
Longtime athlete on the U.S. Davis Cup team New York Times 25 Nov 2018
First U.S. Open champ Wall Street Journal 24 Nov 2018
1975 Wimbledon winner Arthur LA Times Daily 19 Nov 2018
1975 Wimbledon winner Arthur The Washington Post 19 Nov 2018
Name on the ESPY Courage Award New York Times 16 Nov 2018
'Days of Grace' author Arthur USA Today 11 Nov 2018
U.S. Open tennis stadium honoree Wall Street Journal 27 Oct 2018
Big Apple stadium namesake USA Today 21 Oct 2018
Trailblazing athlete of the 1970s New York Times 13 Oct 2018
Racket-raising Arthur Premier Sunday 07 Oct 2018
Tennis immortal Arthur LA Times Daily 03 Oct 2018
Tennis immortal Arthur The Washington Post 03 Oct 2018
Winner of the first ATP Player of the Year award Wall Street Journal 02 Oct 2018
Nastase contemporary Newsday 30 Sep 2018
ESPN's Courage Award namesake USA Today 29 Sep 2018
Tennis great with three Grand Slam titles LA Times Daily 28 Sep 2018
Tennis great with three Grand Slam titles The Washington Post 28 Sep 2018
He beat Connors at Wimbledon in 1975 Wall Street Journal 25 Sep 2018
North Carolina county ... or lead-in to '-ville' New York Times 12 Sep 2018
Queens stadium name New York Times 05 Sep 2018
ESPN Courage Award namesake USA Today 05 Sep 2018
ESPN's Courage Award is named for him Wall Street Journal 29 Aug 2018
1975 Wimbledon winner The Washington Post Sunday 26 Aug 2018
Arthur with a namesake stadium New York Times 13 Aug 2018
Foe of Laver and Nastase USA Today 07 Aug 2018
Wet bar locale? New York Times 02 Aug 2018
'70s tennis star Newsday 22 Jul 2018
1993 Presidential Medal of Freedom awardee Arthur The Washington Post 16 Jul 2018
1993 Presidential Medal of Freedom awardee Arthur LA Times Daily 16 Jul 2018
Athlete honored on Richmond's Monument Avenue New York Times 15 Jul 2018
Tennis star on a U.S. stamp USA Today 12 Jun 2018
Namesake of the sports-oriented Courage Award The Washington Post 06 Jun 2018
Namesake of the sports-oriented Courage Award LA Times Daily 06 Jun 2018
Tennis legend LA Times Daily 25 May 2018
Tennis legend The Washington Post 25 May 2018
'70s tennis champ Newsday 13 May 2018
Medal of Freedom athlete Newsday 12 May 2018
1965 NCAA tennis champ Wall Street Journal 12 May 2018
Tennis Hall of Fame inductee of 1985 Wall Street Journal 26 Apr 2018
1975 Wimbledon champ LA Times Daily 22 Apr 2018
1975 Wimbledon champ The Washington Post 22 Apr 2018
Tennis champ Arthur Premier Sunday 08 Apr 2018
__ Stadium (Big Apple tennis site) Newsday 05 Apr 2018
Tennis player of yesteryear in a work of fiction The Telegraph Cryptic 23 Mar 2018
Athlete posthumously awarded a Presidential Medal of Freedom New York Times 22 Mar 2018
Arthur with three Grand Slam wins USA Today 17 Mar 2018
Rival of Borg and Laver USA Today 10 Mar 2018
Arthur who wrote "Off the Court" USA Today 17 Feb 2018
Tennis stadium near Citi Field USA Today 10 Feb 2018
Tennis legend for whom a "Courage Award" is named LA Times Daily 25 Jan 2018
Tennis legend for whom a 'Courage Award' is named The Washington Post 25 Jan 2018
ESPN Courage Award namesake
Big Apple tennis stadium
Big Apple stadium namesake
Arthur who wrote "Off the Court"
Tennis star on a U.S. stamp
Longtime athlete on the U.S. Davis Cup team
Name on the ESPY Courage Award
North Carolina county ... or lead-in to "-ville"
Trailblazing athlete of the 1970s
Athlete posthumously awarded a Presidential Medal of Freedom
Tennis stadium near Citi Field
Namesake of ESPN's Courage Award
NYC tennis venue
Foe of Laver and Nastase
Arthur with a namesake stadium
Athlete honored on Richmond's Monument Avenue
ESPN's Courage Award namesake
Tennis immortal Arthur
Tennis great with three Grand Slam titles
Tennis great Arthur
Namesake of the sports-oriented Courage Award
1965 NCAA tennis champ
ESPN's Courage Award is named for him
First U.S. Open champ
He beat Connors at Wimbledon in 1975
Tennis Hall of Fame inductee of 1985
U.S. Open stadium dedicatee
U.S. Open tennis stadium honoree
Winner of the first ATP Player of the Year award
1993 Presidential Medal of Freedom awardee Arthur
1975 Wimbledon winner Arthur
1975 Wimbledon champ
"Off the Court" autobiographer Arthur
"A Hard Road to Glory" author
US Open stadium namesake
Tennis legend for whom a "Courage Award" is named
Tennis legend
Tennis star on a 2005 postage stamp Wall Street Journal 28 Dec 2017
Netman Arthur Premier Sunday 24 Dec 2017
ESPN's Award for Courage is named for him Wall Street Journal 25 Nov 2017
Arthur on four Davis Cup winners USA Today 11 Nov 2017
Eponym of a North Carolina city New York Times 14 Oct 2017
Arthur of tennis fame Universal 12 Oct 2017
Tennis great on a 2005 stamp Newsday 12 Oct 2017
Queens's ___ Stadium New York Times 11 Oct 2017
Arthur --, US tennis player The Telegraph General Knowledge 08 Oct 2017
1970 Australian Open champ Newsday 22 Sep 2017
Arthur the tennis legend Universal 21 Sep 2017
Arthur with a stadium named for him USA Today 08 Sep 2017
Tennis legend who wrote "Days of Grace" LA Times Daily 06 Sep 2017
Tennis legend who wrote 'Days of Grace' The Washington Post 06 Sep 2017
Arthur of tennis Thomas Joseph 05 Sep 2017
Arthur of the court Premier Sunday 27 Aug 2017
Arthur with three Grand Slam titles USA Today 24 Aug 2017
Tennis star Arthur New York Times 11 Jul 2017
Netman who wrote "Days of Grace" USA Today 07 Jul 2017
Name attached to a North Carolina '-ville' New York Times 22 Jun 2017
'Off the Court' memoirist The Washington Post 16 Jun 2017
"Off the Court" memoirist LA Times Daily 16 Jun 2017
"A Hard Road to Glory" author USA Today 16 May 2017
Tennis great Arthur ____ Canadiana 17 Apr 2017
Arthur with three Grand Slam singles titles LA Times Daily 04 Apr 2017
Arthur with three Grand Slam singles titles The Washington Post 04 Apr 2017
ESPN's Courage Award is named for him USA Today 06 Feb 2017
Arthur of the courts Thomas Joseph 06 Jan 2017
Arthur on four Davis Cup winners
Arthur ___ Courage Award
"A Hard Road to Glory" author
Name attached to a North Carolina "-ville"
Arthur the tennis legend
Arthur of tennis fame
Court legend Arthur
Eponym of a North Carolina city
Tennis star Arthur
Netman who wrote "Days of Grace"
ESPN's Courage Award is named for him
Arthur with three Grand Slam titles
Arthur with a stadium named for him
"Off the Court" memoirist
Tennis legend who wrote "Days of Grace"
U.S. Open stadium name Wall Street Journal 28 Dec 2016
Court giant Arthur New York Times 21 Dec 2016
"Off the Court" author Arthur USA Today 10 Dec 2016
Arthur with four Davis Cup wins USA Today 22 Nov 2016
1975 Wimbledon champ Arthur Wall Street Journal 19 Nov 2016
Tennis player who posthumously received a Presidential Medal of Freedom New York Times 16 Nov 2016
New York stadium named for a sports great LA Times Daily 11 Nov 2016
Foe of Connors and Lendl USA Today 06 Nov 2016
Contemporary of Laver and Nastase USA Today 16 Oct 2016
"Off the Court" author LA Times Daily 01 Oct 2016
Tennis great who wrote "Off the Court" USA Today 11 Sep 2016
'Off the Court' author Arthur The Washington Post 09 Sep 2016
"Days of Grace" author Arthur USA Today 04 Sep 2016
Name on a Queens tennis stadium The Washington Post 09 Aug 2016
1975 Wimbledon champ Arthur USA Today 15 Jul 2016
1968 U.S. Open champ Wall Street Journal 09 Jul 2016
Court legend New York Times 08 Jul 2016
Pro tennis 45 Across Newsday 01 Jul 2016
Recipient of a tennis scholarship from UCLA in 1963 Wall Street Journal 30 Jun 2016
Queens stadium named for a tennis great USA Today 27 Jun 2016
Sports great with the 1993 memoir 'Days of Grace' New York Times 17 Jun 2016
U.S. Open stadium USA Today 16 Jun 2016
Richmond-born tennis great Newsday 10 Jun 2016
Tennis legend Arthur Family Time 30 May 2016
Sports Illustrated's 1992 Sportsman of the Year Newsday 21 May 2016
Arthur who was king of the court? New York Times 09 May 2016
Big Apple tennis venue Universal 28 Apr 2016
"A Hard Road to Glory" writer LA Times Daily 08 Apr 2016
Big Apple tennis stadium Universal 24 Mar 2016
Name on a Queens stadium Wall Street Journal 10 Mar 2016
Queens stadium named for a tennis legend The Washington Post 30 Jan 2016
Arthur of the court USA Today 23 Jan 2016
Wimbledon champ of '75 Eugene Sheffer 19 Jan 2016
Amateur who won the 1968 US Open LA Times Daily 17 Jan 2016
Foe of Connors and Lendl
Queens tennis stadium
Amateur who won the 1968 US Open
"Off the Court" author
Queens stadium named for a tennis great
Court giant Arthur
Tennis player who posthumously received a Presidential Medal of Freedom
Sports great with the 1993 memoir "Days of Grace"
1975 Wimbledon champ Arthur
Tennis great who wrote "Off the Court"
US Open stadium
Queens stadium namesake
Arthur with four Davis Cup wins
Arthur of the court
'Off the Court' author The Washington Post 29 Dec 2015
US Open tennis stadium Newsday 20 Dec 2015
Tennis legend Arthur Wall Street Journal 14 Dec 2015
Ace Arthur Eugene Sheffer 07 Dec 2015
Arthur with a racket The Washington Post 18 Nov 2015
Court icon Arthur LA Times Daily 08 Nov 2015
A female Wimbledon champion once The Telegraph Cryptic 24 Oct 2015
Arthur of tennis New York Times 13 Oct 2015
"Off the Court" author Arthur LA Times Daily 12 Oct 2015
US court star in the role of ambassador? The Telegraph Toughie 02 Sep 2015
Athlete on a 2005 U.S. postage stamp Wall Street Journal 24 Aug 2015
Wimbledon singles winner of 1975 USA Today 22 Aug 2015
Tennis icon Arthur Jonesin 06 Aug 2015
Legendary Arthur of the courts Universal 04 Aug 2015
Tennis Hall of Famer Arthur Jonesin 12 May 2015
1975 Wimbledon champ Thomas Joseph 03 Apr 2015
U.S. Open stadium eponym Wall Street Journal 23 Mar 2015
Tennis great Canadiana 02 Feb 2015
Arthur __ Stadium (pro tennis venue) Newsday 14 Jan 2015
Big Apple tennis stadium
Arthur with a racket
Arthur on a tennis court
Arthur in the International Tennis Hall of Fame
1970s tennis champ
Court icon Arthur
Wimbledon singles winner of 1975
"Off the Court" author Arthur
"A Hard Road to Glory" writer
Legendary Arthur of the courts
Tennis legend Arthur
Tennis great Arthur
Sports legend for whom the world's biggest tennis stadium is named
Queens tennis stadium honoree
Queens stadium dedicatee
Late tennis great
Court notable
Connors's 1975 vanquisher at Wimbledon
Arthur __ Stadium (pro tennis venue)
Rod Laver rival
US Open tennis stadium
Arthur who made millions off a racket
Namesake of a Courage Award won by Caitlyn Jenner
National Junior Tennis League co-founder
King Arthur of tennis
Stadium from which you can see the Unisphere
1992 Sportsman of the Year Arthur
Tennis pro Arthur
US Open's Arthur __ Stadium
Stadium named for a tennis great
Queens stadium named for a tennis legend
HIV activist Arthur
26-Across of a North Carolina "-ville"
North Carolina governor for whom a county and two cities are named
"I don't want to be remembered for my tennis accomplishments" speaker
Queens' Arthur court?
"Days of Grace" author
'80s Davis Cup captain
Arthur __ Stadium (US Open venue)
Athlete on a 2005 U.S. postage stamp
1968 U.S. Open champ
"Days of Grace" memoirist
Carolina county
Queens stadium name
Arthur __ Stadium (tennis venue)
Inspiration for Adidas Match Play sneakers
Legendary Arthur
Tennis great Arthur
Wimbledon champ Arthur
Tennis great who wrote "Days of Grace"
Queens stadium name
Queens stadium
First black player on the US Davis Cup team
Arthur pictured on a 37-cent stamp
Victor over Connors at Wimbledon
North Carolina county that borders both Virginia and Tennessee
Tennis great Arthur
Arthur ___ Stadium
1975 victor over Connors at Wimbledon
"A Hard Road to Glory" author
Tennis champion Arthur
Laver contemporary
Rival of Laver and Nastase
Davis Cup captain, 1980-85
Tennis legend Arthur
US Open stadium
Racket-raising Arthur
Court champ Arthur
Legend with rackets
Laver rival
"A Hard Road To Glory" author
"Days of Grace" memoirist
"Off the Court" author
Tennis icon Arthur
Stadium near Citi Field
Legend with rackets
Arthur of tennis
Eponym of a Southern "-ville"
Athlete who wrote "A Hard Road to Glory"
Court legend
"Days of Grace" memoirist
See 50-Across
1968 U.S. Open champ
Rival of Connors
Tennis stadium name
1980s U.S. Davis Cup captain
1975 Wimbledon winner
Trailblazing tennis champ
Tennis stadium in New York
Tennis legend Arthur
Tennis great Arthur
Tennis champ with a namesake stadium
Connors rival who was a protégé of Gonzales
Connors contemporary
Arthur of tennis
Legend with rackets
Court legend
He got a tennis scholarship from U.C.L.A.
Queens's ___ Stadium
Netman Arthur
Tennis star Arthur
Tennis' Arthur
1975 Wimbledon champ
Athlete who battled apartheid
Tennis star on a 2005 postage stamp
1968 U.S. Open champ
Arthur pictured on a 2005 postage stamp
Arthur with 33 singles titles
Contemporary of Borg and Laver
First recipient of the Harvard AIDS Initiative Leadership Award
New York stadium name
Tennis Hall of Famer Arthur
U.S. Open stadium name
US Open stadium name
1968 U.S. Open champ
U.S. Open stadium
US Open stadium
Arthur __ Stadium (US Open site)
Big Apple tennis stadium
1968 winner of the 43-Down
1970s Wimbledon victor over Connors
Borg rival
ESPN's Arthur ___ Courage Award
___ Stadium (facility near Citi Field)
Queens's ___ Stadium
Subject of four Sports Illustrated covers between 1966 and 1993
1970 Australian Open winner
Arthur ___ Courage Award (ESPY Awards honor)
Arthur ___ Stadium (Queens landmark)
Flushing Meadows stadium honoree
First African-American selected for a U.S. Davis Cup team
1968 U.S. Open champ Arthur
1965 NCAA tennis champ
___ Stadium, sports venue since 1997
Arthur for whom a stadium is named
1968 US Open winner Arthur
"Off the Court" author
1975 Wimbledon winner
Arthur on the court
7/5/75 winner over Connors
He defeated Connors at Wimbledon in 1975
Eponym of a Flushing Meadows tennis stadium
Contemporary of Laver and Borg
Contemporary of Borg
Arthur of tennis fame
Arthur in the International Tennis Hall of Fame
Arthur who often raised a racket
'70s tennis star
1975 Wimbledon champ
"Off the Court" author
Name on a Queens stadium
Queens stadium eponym
Net great Arthur
Arthur with a Queens stadium named after him
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1975 Wimbledon champ Arthur
Athlete who posthumously won the Presidential Medal of Freedom, 1993
Athlete who wrote "Off the Court"
Queens stadium name
First African-American selected for a U.S. Davis Cup team
Flushing Meadows stadium
Tennis's Arthur
___ Stadium (Big Apple tennis locale)
Flushing Meadows stadium
Tennis champ Arthur
Tennis player Arthur
"Off the Court" autobiographer
Tennis arena name
"Off the Court" author Arthur
Court legend
Arthur with a racket
"Days of Grace" author/athlete
U.S. tennis legend on a 37¢ stamp
1968 U.S. Open winner
U.S. Open's ___ Stadium
Tennis great Arthur
U.S. Open stadium name
Tennis star/anti-apartheid activist Arthur
Stadium near Citi Field
New York tennis stadium
Big Apple 4 Down stadium
Tennis legend Arthur
Queens tennis stadium
He beat Okker to win the 1968 U.S. Open
Big Apple tennis stadium
New York stadium eponym
Wimbledon legend Arthur
U.S. Open stadium
Tennis ace who wrote "Days of Grace"
Namesake of the ESPY Courage Award
Queens stadium name
New York stadium honoree Arthur
1968 U.S. Open champ
He beat Okker to win the 1968 U.S. Open
Netman of note
Late tennis star Arthur
Big Apple tennis stadium
"Off the Court" autobiographer
Tennis star/anti-apartheid activist Arthur
North Carolina county
"Off the Court" autobiographer
"A Hard Road to Glory" author
"I don't want to be remembered for my tennis accomplishments" speaker
Civil rights promoter with lots of court experience
Arthur who won three Grand Slam titles
Arthur on the court
1985 Tennis Hall of Fame inductee
Court great Arthur
Tennis stadium in New York
Court king Arthur
Celebrated Wimbledon winner
Athlete with a statue in Richmond, Va.
1975 Wimbledon champion
"A Hard Road to Glory" athlete-author
King Arthur of the court
Arthur with a stadium named for him
1970 Australian Open winner
1968 U.S. Open winner
Tennis legend
Tennis star for whom a stadium is named
Author of "A Hard Road to Glory"
Tennis star who won each grand slam tournament except the French Open
U.S. Open stadium
Tennis great Arthur
Queens stadium
Emerson contemporary
Tennis champ Arthur
Queens tennis stadium
Only African-American male to win Wimbledon
Court legend Arthur
1975 Wimbledon winner
'75 Wimbledon winner
"Off the Court" author
"Days of Grace" memoirist
North Carolina county
1975 Wimbledon winner
Former Davis Cup captain Arthur
1975 Wimbledon champ Arthur
Arthur who wrote "A Hard Road to Glory"
Arthur of tennis fame
US Open finalist of 1972
Tennis star who won each grand slam tournament except the French Open
Tennis star for whom a stadium is named
Queens stadium
North Carolina county
1975 Wimbledon champ Arthur
1975 Connors foe
Connors rival
North Carolina county
U.S. Open stadium
"Hard Road to Glory" author
1975 Wimbledon winner
Former Davis Cup captain
Stadium near Citi Field
Tennis legend for whom the U.S. Open's stadium is named
Tennis star Arthur
Tennis great
Tennis name of fame
1968 U.S. Open champ
Arthur of tennis
Gentleman of the court
"Days of Grace: A Memoir" author
Arthur for whom a tennis stadium is named
Court great Arthur
Late tennis star and apartheid opponent
Tennis legend
Champ just before 36-Down
Eponym of a North Carolina "-ville"
1968 U.S. Open tennis champ
UCLA's Student Health & Wellness Center is named for him
New York stadium name
Eponym of a Flushing Meadows stadium
1968 US Open champ
U.S. Open tennis stadium
Tennis legend Arthur
Court legend Arthur
Court great Arthur
Sports Illustrated's Sportsman of the Year between Jordan and Shula
Wimbledon winner Arthur
"Off the Court" autobiographer
1975 Wimbledon champ
Immortal name in tennis
1968 U.S. Open champ Arthur
1980 tennis retiree Arthur
U.S. tennis star barred from South Africa
1975 Wimbledon champ
Arthur for whom a tennis stadium is named
Arthur of tennis
Court great Arthur
Inspirational tennis champ
"Off the Court" writer
Tennis great Arthur
Gentleman of the court
Name on a U.S. Open stadium
Connors lost to him in the 1975 Wimbledon final
1968 US Open champ Arthur
1965 NCAA tennis champ
"Days of Grace" author
Court great
Namesake of a Queens stadium, and an anagram of another Queens stadium
Tennis star honored on Richmond's Monument Avenue
Flushing venue
Athlete whose memoir was "Days of Grace"
Queens stadium
1965 NCAA tennis champ Arthur
Athletic Arthur born in Richmond
ESPN's Award for Courage is named for him
Court star
North Carolina county bordering Tennessee and Virginia
Stadium in Queens
Queens stadium name
New York City stadium name
Legendary tennis star
"Days of Grace" author
U.S. Open stadium eponym
"Days of Grace" author
1968 US Open champ Arthur
Connors lost to him in the 1975 Wimbledon final
Court great
Court star
North Carolina county bordering Tennessee and Virginia
Stadium in Queens
U.S. Open champ, Arthur
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