October 26, 2020

Montpellier. Jeremy Chardy gave only two games to his opponent

French tennis player Jeremy Chardy overcame the barrier of the first round of the Montpellier tournament, having outplayed Spaniard Adrian Menendez-Maceiras in two sets, – 6/1, 6/1.

For the 46 minutes of the match, the 35th World Player, 31-year-old Jeremy, made five breaks and nine aces, making one mistake when serving. 33-year-old Adrian, who occupies 124th place in the world classification, made two aces and four double faults.

The Frenchman went ahead in personal meetings of the players – 2: 1. In the second round of the Open Sud de France competition, Shardi will play with either the Belgian Steve Darcis or Antoine Hoang from France.

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