At the 2021 Australian Open, Aslan Karatsev became the first man in the open era to reach the semifinals on his grand slam debut. He came through the qualifying rounds and beat a number of seeded players on an impressive run at Melbourne. In 2021, he entered the Top 15 in world rankings.
Until 2021, Karatsev spent most of his career playing at the ITF and Challenger level. Despite his huge accomplishments, he played without a sponsor in 2021. In early, 2022, he signed up with Italian brand Hydrogen. He has earned more than $2 million in his career.
Aslan Karatsev’s Sponsors
In 2022, Aslan Karatsev signed a sponsorship contract with Italian brand Hydrogen. He will wear the company’s clothing and shoes.
Karatsev has a racquet sponsorship deal with Head. He currently uses the Head PT57A pro stock racquet.
Aslan Karatsev has a clothing and shoe sponsorship deal with Adidas. Adidas, based in Germany, designs and manufactures shoes, clothing, and accessories.
During the Australian Open, there were reports suggesting that he borrowed his Adidas clothing from Mischa Zverev