yup, you can't possibly have all the internet routes configured on the server, so yes, the server will definitely use default gateway to route back the traffic.
And no, it is not how the server would respond back to the same ASA where the traffic is coming from. Server will respond back by routing via its default gateway since the traffic is from the internet, it will use a default gateway coz you couldn't possibly configure static routes or have the whole internet in your server routing table.
As a test, just configure the server default gateway to point to this ASA, i am sure you will be able to access it from the internet with no issue.
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