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In order to oust Andy, Chardy will need to rely on big first serves and forehands to put away points early, limiting Murray’s chances to test the balky knee that gave him trouble against Seppi.
Chardy must also cut down on the self-inflicted wounds that have plagued him thus far, as he has committed 156 unforced errors through four rounds, including an astounding 31 double faults. The 156 errors are 40 more than any player left in the tournament, including 61 more than Murray and 63 more than Federer, while the 31 double faults are 22 more than any player left.
Regardless of his seemingly sloppy service game, Chardy has recorded the fourth-most aces in the tournament while boasting the second-fastest serve speed of the players remaining, lending that an uptick in first-serve percentage could be vital to victory against Andy Murray.