Jeremy Chardy vs. Kyle Edmund (28)
A low seed vs. a French player in the first round is already a recipe for some fun. Jeremy Chardy is a big guy whose game has never quite delivered at the highest levels of tennis. Kyle Edmund is a very solid player, but clay is not his favored surface. Edmund’s 1-5 record on clay in 2019 makes this a match with upset potential written all over it.
More info about tomorrow’s opponent: Jeremy Chardy
Career high: 25
ATP titles: 1
Best slam run: QF pic.twitter.com/m8qLbbMJV3
— Kyle Edmund Fan (@KyleEdmundFan) May 26, 2019
Edmund needs to get to Chardy’s backhand to to win the match. He may have to go up the line to Chardy’s forehand to open the backhand side. Chardy needs to let his big game and the crowd be part of the match. Chardy can win this match, and if he gets rolling, he will win this match.