“Not a chance! I've got this one in the bag.”

English Lesson: Not a chance! I've got this one in the bag.

You're playing tennis against a friend. You like to tease each other. He says that he's going to beat you. You boast that you're going to win.

Not a chance! I've got this one in the bag.

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Not a chance!

"Not a chance!" is a creative way of saying "No" or "That's not possible."

A: Do you think it's possible that the sales team will hit their target for fourth quarter?

B: No way. Not a chance!

This is a casual expression, good for spoken English, friendly emails, text messages, and so on.

(someone) has got (something) in the bag

If you strongly think someone is going to win a competition or contest, you can say that they've "got it in the bag".

Use this expression to talk about sports, business deals, job applications, etc.