Aslan Karatsev
Aslan Karatsev
Aslan Karatsev
Aslan Karatsev
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  • Personal
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    • Moved to Israel at age of 3 and still has many friends there.
    • Returned to Russia at age 12 alongside his father.
    • Also has trained in Halle, Barcelona and Minsk.
    • Mentored as a young pro byformer Top-20 player Dmitry Tursunov.
    • Voted 2021 ATP Most Improved Player of the Year by his fellow players.
    • Considers himself to be a dog-lover.
    • Says that chocolate is his guilty pleasure.
    • Struggled with knee injury in early years as a pro.

    (UPDATED 21 AUGUST2023)

    • Broke into Top 20 after winning 2nd ATP Tour title at 2021 Moscow, then achieved career-high No. 14 following 3rd title at 2022 Sydney.
    • Ended 23-match ATP 500 win streak of countryman Rublev en route to 1st ATP Tour title at 2021 Dubai.
    • Qualified at 2023 ATP Masters 1000 Madridand reached SFs with wins over No. 19 de Minaur (3R) and No. 3 Medvedev (4R) before losing to [LL] Struff.
    • Reached 2021 Australian Open SF as World No. 114, becoming 1st men’s semi-finalist making Grand Slam debut in Open Era, 1st men’s qualifier to reach Grand Slam SF since Voltchkov at 2000 Wimbledon, and lowest-ranked Grand Slam men’s semi-finalist since No. 125 Ivanisevic at 2001 Wimbledon.
    • Upset No. 1 Djokovic in Belgrade-1 SF and No. 2 Medvedev in Rome 2R over course of 19 days in spring 2021.
    • In mixed doubles w/Vesnina, finished as 2021 Roland Garros runner-up and 2020 Tokyo Olympics silver medallist in All-ROC final (held in 2021).


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