Allsportspk shares a Beautiful message of Arthur Robert Ashe, a legendary Tennis player who contracted HIV in 1983.

❤Do not just read the Beautiful Message but practically apply in our personal life. 💖

During his illness, he received many letters from his fans, one of which asked him a question: “Why did God have to select you for such a bad disease?”

Arthur Ashe replied:

50 Million children started playing Tennis,

5 Million learnt to play Tennis,

500,000 learnt Professional Tennis,

50,000 came to Circuit,

5,000 reached Grand Slam,

50 reached Wimbledon,

4 reached the Semifinals,

2 reached the Finals and

When I was holding the cup in my hand, I never asked God

“Why Me?”

So now that I’m in pain how can I ask God

“Why Me?”

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Some others quotes and messages were:

Happiness keeps you Sweet!

Trials keep you Strong!

Sorrows keep you Human!

Failure keeps you Humble!

Success keeps you Glowing!

But only, Faith keeps you Going!

As to Life the thoughts were!

Sometimes you are not satisfied with your life, while many people in this world are dreaming of living your life.

A child on a farm sees a plane fly overhead dreams of flying. but, a pilot on the plane sees the farmhouse & dreams of returning home.

That’s life!

Enjoy yours… If wealth is the secret to happiness, then the rich should be dancing on the streets.

But only poor kids do that.

If power ensures security, then VIPs should walk unguarded. But those who live simply, sleep soundly.

If beauty and fame bring ideal relationships, then celebrities should have the best marriages.

Live simply, be happy! Walk humbly and love genuinely!  WHY ME?

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Arthur Robert Ashe Jr. an Professional tennis player from USA, was born on 10th July, 1943 and died on 6th February, 1993.

Arthur who retired in 1980, had an extraordinary career which included:

  • Won 3 Grand Slam titles
  • Ashe was the first black player who played for US Davis Cup team.
  • Only black man ever to win the singles title at US Open, Wimbledon and Australian Open.  
  • He reached the No.2 position in May 1976, according to the ATP computer rankings.

During early 1980s, Ashe supposedly contracted HIV from a blood transfusion which he received during his heart surgery. In 1992, Ashe openly announced his illness and started to get involved in educating about HIV and AIDS. In his effort he also established the Arthur Ashe Foundation for AIDS and the Arthur Ashe Institute for Urban Health


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