The huge stadium where U.S. Open championships are won and lost is named for a tennis great who transcended the court and sport itself. In “Arthur Ashe: A Life,” author Raymond Arsenault examines the athlete’s journey and the connection between race and sports in his career. Jeffrey Brown reports.

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