Gods Favorite Son Aslan will BEAT Djoker

Lleytonstation

G.O.A.T.
Tennis is truly great. You could even say magical, spectacular, and even unfathomable at times. We have been lucky to witness some of these moments in the last few years: Fed at almost 40 years of age going 5 sets and tying an ATG who is years younger (amazing feat), Rafa winning (insert #) RG titles (spectacular), and even a journeyman named Thiem winning a slam (shocking).

Well, tennis is in the giving spirit, as tennis is about to give us a once in a lifetime moment when Djoker plays #114 in the world… Aslan Karatsev.

Sure, you are probably thinking, “that is impossible!” Yet, it has happened before, his name was Isotope (or something nerdy); the scientist with the mommy.

In comes the 27 year old Karatsev. He was never part of any “next-gen” nor TTW threads. In fact, he was never a part of any Slam draw… till now. You can say he bloomed late, you could say he was lucky, you could even say he is the result of a weak era… but one thing you can NOT say, is he gave up his dream.

Career titles: 0
Highest Ranking: 111
Slam Appearance before 2021: 0
Masters Appearances: 1 (qualifying rounds)
ATP Tour record before 2021: 2-10
Career Earnings in 8 years: $600,000

Yet, he will walk on the court as an equal to Djoker tonight.

The tennis Gods have set this appointment up with fate, for one reason only… For Karatsev to beat Djoker in the SF.

He has never gone by anything other than Aslan Karatsev, but he will forever be remembered as:

Karatsevova, Karattseiavia, Katsevianapova @Nole Slam @NoleFam @King No1e @Breakpointerer
Aslan The Lion
No Name Karrot Top
Who?


But most of all, he is Gods Favorite Son Aslan, and he will beat Djoker.

“Wrong will be right, when Aslan comes in sight,
At the sound of his roar, sorrows will be no more,
When he bares his teeth, winter meets its death,
And when he shakes his mane, we shall have spring again.”

-C.S. Lewis (talking about Karatsev)





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@The Guru
 
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King No1e

G.O.A.T.
Tennis is truly great. You could even say magical, spectacular, and even unfathomable at times. We have been lucky to witness some of these moments in the last few years: Fed at almost 40 years of age going 5 sets and tying an ATG who is years younger (amazing feat), Rafa winning (insert #) RG titles (spectacular), and even a journeyman named Thiem winning a slam (shocking).

Well, tennis is in the giving spirit, as tennis is about to give us a once in a lifetime moment when Djoker plays #114 in the world… Aslan Karatsev.

Sure, you are probably thinking, “that is impossible!” Yet, it has happened before, his name was Isotope (or something nerdy); the scientist with the mommy.

In comes the 27 year old Karatsev. He was never part of any “next-gen” nor TTW threads. In fact, he was never a part of any Slam draw… till now. You can say he bloomed late, you could say he was lucky, you could even say he is the result of a weak era… but one thing you can NOT say, is he gave up his dream.

Career titles: 0
Highest Ranking: 111
Slam Appearance before 2021: 0
Masters Appearances: 1 (qualifying rounds)
ATP Tour record before 2021: 2-10
Career Earnings in 8 years: $600,000

Yet, he will walk on the court as an equal to Djoker tonight.

The tennis Gods have set this appointment up with fate, for one reason only… For Karatsev to beat Djoker in the SF.

He has never gone by anything other than Aslan Karatsev, but he will forever be remembered as:

Karatsevova, Karattseiavia, Katsevianapova @Nole Slam @NoleFam @King No1e @Breakpointerer
Aslan The Lion
No Name Karrot Top
Who?


But most of all, he is Gods Favorite Son Aslan, and he will beat Djoker.

“Wrong will be right, when Aslan comes in sight,
At the sound of his roar, sorrows will be no more,
When he bares his teeth, winter meets its death,
And when he shakes his mane, we shall have spring again.”

-C.S. Lewis (talking about Karatsev)





@JadeC @Tennis_Freak99 @Djokovic2011 @Djokovic_is_the_best#1 @Doctor/Lawyer Red Devil @GabeT @TripleATeam @TheAssassin @I Am Finnish @zagor
Epic post! Almost swayed me, but #18 is still top priority.
 

Druss

Hall of Fame
If Djoker beats Карацев we'll be hearing a fair bit about how awesome the Russian has been playing, and some hell of a draw Nole went through to win this AO. Yet these same people will be very quick to dismiss Baghy's run at AO'06.
 

Clay lover

Hall of Fame
How much do you have to hate Novak to predict every single opponent he faces in the same tournament to win against him
 

Arak

Hall of Fame
Judging from his level against Dimitrov before he got injured, I would say he will get triple bageled by Djokovic.
 
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Deleted member 22147

Guest
I think Karatsev has more chance to beat Djokovic than he does Nadal or Medvedev in the final.

For that reason I would probably prefer Djokovic to win it, because he will make more of the final.
 

Beckerserve

Legend
Tennis is truly great. You could even say magical, spectacular, and even unfathomable at times. We have been lucky to witness some of these moments in the last few years: Fed at almost 40 years of age going 5 sets and tying an ATG who is years younger (amazing feat), Rafa winning (insert #) RG titles (spectacular), and even a journeyman named Thiem winning a slam (shocking).

Well, tennis is in the giving spirit, as tennis is about to give us a once in a lifetime moment when Djoker plays #114 in the world… Aslan Karatsev.

Sure, you are probably thinking, “that is impossible!” Yet, it has happened before, his name was Isotope (or something nerdy); the scientist with the mommy.

In comes the 27 year old Karatsev. He was never part of any “next-gen” nor TTW threads. In fact, he was never a part of any Slam draw… till now. You can say he bloomed late, you could say he was lucky, you could even say he is the result of a weak era… but one thing you can NOT say, is he gave up his dream.

Career titles: 0
Highest Ranking: 111
Slam Appearance before 2021: 0
Masters Appearances: 1 (qualifying rounds)
ATP Tour record before 2021: 2-10
Career Earnings in 8 years: $600,000

Yet, he will walk on the court as an equal to Djoker tonight.

The tennis Gods have set this appointment up with fate, for one reason only… For Karatsev to beat Djoker in the SF.

He has never gone by anything other than Aslan Karatsev, but he will forever be remembered as:

Karatsevova, Karattseiavia, Katsevianapova @Nole Slam @NoleFam @King No1e @Breakpointerer
Aslan The Lion
No Name Karrot Top
Who?


But most of all, he is Gods Favorite Son Aslan, and he will beat Djoker.

“Wrong will be right, when Aslan comes in sight,
At the sound of his roar, sorrows will be no more,
When he bares his teeth, winter meets its death,
And when he shakes his mane, we shall have spring again.”

-C.S. Lewis (talking about Karatsev)





@JadeC @Tennis_Freak99 @Djokovic2011 @Djokovic_is_the_best#1 @Doctor/Lawyer Red Devil @GabeT @TripleATeam @TheAssassin @I Am Finnish @zagor
LOL
 
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