Arthur Ashe was an unlikely tennis player from the start. As a young boy in Richmond, Virginia, he was small and skinny - and barred from most tennis courts because he was black. Still, Arthur was drawn to the game and began to play wherever he could. Defeating player after player, match after match, he blazed a path on the courts, becoming the first African American man to win a Grand Slam tournament - the US Open - and the top-ranked tennis player in the world. Game Set Match Champion Arthur Ashe is a heartfelt, action-packed tribute to this compelling athlete.