Russia's Aslan Karatsev becomes the first man in the Open Era to reach the semi-finals on his Grand Slam debut.
Karatsev was born 4 September 1993 in Vladikavkaz. His father Kazbek Karatsev is an ethnic Ossetian and former footballer, and his mother Svetlana Karatseva is a medical doctor. Aslan has an older sister named Zarina. Karatsev's grandfather on his mother's side is Jewish. When he was three years old his parents moved to Israel.
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Aslan Karatsev previous match was against Shapovalov D. in Indian Wells, USA, match ended with result 0 - 2 (Karatsev A. won the match). Aslan Karatsev fixtures tab is showing last 100 Tennis matches with statistics and win/lose icons. There are also all Aslan Karatsev scheduled matches that they are going to play in the future.
Aslan Karatsev dazzled on the baseline and at net Friday night as he teamed with Andrey Rublev to charge into the doubles final at the BNP Paribas Open.. The Russians fell behind 0-3 in the match tie-break against German Tim Puetz and New Zealand's Michael Venus before winning 10 of the last 12 points to set up a 6-3, 4-6, 10-5 win.
Aslan Karatsev is a tennis player of the Australian Open. he was born on 4 September 1993 in Moscow, Russia and now he is 28 years old. he is a Right-handed (two-handed backhand) tennis player and his coach name is Yahor Yatsyk.
The mainstream tennis world first got to know Karatsev during Russia’s run to the ATP Cup title. Top 10 teammates Daniil Medvedev and Andrey Rublev understandably commanded most attention for their unbeaten singles runs, but Karatsev played three doubles matches and was dubbed the team’s ‘secret weapon’ by Medvedev.
No. 8 seed Hubert Hurkacz was absolutely happy with his Indian Wells Masters round-of-16 performance against Australian Open semifinalist Aslan Karatsev. Hurkacz, ranked at No. 12 in the world ...
This was the 10th major where Karatsev tried to qualify. He lost in the qualies of Wimbledon in 2014, at all four majors in 2015, every major except Wimbledon in 2016, and at the French Open in...
A late bloomer by anyone's definition, Karatsev spent the better part of a decade globetrotting for training and, eventually, competing in the ITF Futures and ATP Challenger tours.