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Aslan Karatsev vs Jeremy Chardy: Prediction and Betting Tips

03:00, Jul 27 2021
Aslan Karatsev vs Jeremy Chardy prediction for Tuesday’s Olympics second-round clash at Ariake Tennis Park in Tokyo. World number 24 Aslan Karatsev takes on 68th ranked Jeremy Chardy in the two players’ third meeting. Read on for our free prediction and betting tips.

Aslan Karatsev to continue his excellent form on the hard courts

Aslan Karatsev made his debut in the Olympics on Saturday by beating Tommy Paul in the 1/32 round by a score of 6-3, 6-2. The Russian has had a great season so far having played his first Grand Slam in Australia and beating a top ten player for the first time after eliminating Diego Schwarzmann.

The 27-years-old won his first career ATP title in Dubai 2021. Karatsev has won 13 of 16 matches he played on hard courts this year, an excellent record. He completely dominated his first match in Tokyo against Tommy Paul. He didn’t lose his serve throughout the match and won a staggering 27/31 points on his first serve.

Karatsev Key Stats

  • Karatsev has played on average 25.6 games per match this year on hard courts
  • The first serve points won by Karatsev is 75.9%
  • Karatsev has won 43% of his breakpoints

Jeremy Chardy looking for a remarkable Olympic debut

This is Jeremy Chardy’s first-ever appearance in the Olympics and he had a relatively easy start against Chilean Barrios winning in two sets. Chardy has won one ATP title in his career in Stuttgart back in 2009. His best-ever ranking was in 2013 when he reached the 25th spot, in a year when he registered his best-ever grand slam finish by reaching the quarter-final in the Australian Open.

The 34-year-old Frenchman is an all-rounder on tennis surfaces. His hardcourt career record stands at 158-168. This year Chardy’s best result on hardcourts was reaching the semi-finals in both Antalya and Melbourne. Chardy had some notable wins this year against the likes of Cilic, Khachanov, and Humbert. 

Chardy Key Stats

  • Chardy has played on average 26.4 games per match this year on hardcourts
  • The average points won by Chardy on his second serve is 49%
  • Chardy served 15 aces in his opening match against Barrios

Aslan Karatsev vs Jeremy Chardy Prediction

One of the most improved players on hardcourts this year is Aslan Karatsev. The Russian has an emphatic record on hard courts and will be a very tough player to beat in this tournament if he can control his temper which has always been his main weakness.

Chardy is a very experienced player that dictates points very wisely and uses his first serve as his main weapon as we saw in his first game against Barrios. The Frenchman has solid shots on both sides but needs to be at his best to beat his opponent which he has done twice.

The latest meeting between these two was in Wimbledon earlier this month and Chardy won in tight three sets. This match could be another tight encounter and we will follow Vbet’s offer of over 23 games with odds of 2.08 as both players are serving very well.

Aslan Karatsev vs Jeremy Chardy Betting Tips

Over 23 Games 2.08 at Vbet

Under 2.5 sets 1.50 at Vbet

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