Jeremy Chardy

Jeremy Chardy

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Date of Birth February 12, 1987

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Two things that stood out in Carlos Alcaraz's 1R win over Jeremy Chardy at Wimbledon 2023 Two things that stood out in Carlos Alcaraz's 1R win over Jeremy Chardy at Wimbledon 2023
Two things that stood out in Carlos Alcaraz's 1R win over Jeremy Chardy at Wimbledon 2023
Carlos Alcaraz's next match: Opponent, venue, live streaming, TV channel, and schedule | Wimbledon 2023, R1 Carlos Alcaraz's next match: Opponent, venue, live streaming, TV channel, and schedule | Wimbledon 2023, R1
Carlos Alcaraz's next match: Opponent, venue, live streaming, TV channel, and schedule | Wimbledon 2023, R1
"I was even more pissed when she didn't tell me she made the mistake" - Jeremy Chardy laments chair umpire mistake after Australian Open exit "I was even more pissed when she didn't tell me she made the mistake" - Jeremy Chardy laments chair umpire mistake after Australian Open exit
"I was even more pissed when she didn't tell me she made the mistake" - Jeremy Chardy laments chair umpire mistake after Australian Open exit
Video: Highlights of Roger Federer vs Jeremy Chardy semifinal Brisbane International 2014 Video: Highlights of Roger Federer vs Jeremy Chardy semifinal Brisbane International 2014
Video: Highlights of Roger Federer vs Jeremy Chardy semifinal Brisbane International 2014
French Open 2016: 5 amazing statistical possibilities at Roland Garros French Open 2016: 5 amazing statistical possibilities at Roland Garros
French Open 2016: 5 amazing statistical possibilities at Roland Garros

Jeremy Chardy: A Brief Biography

Benoît Paire is a French professional tennis player who reached the 1st round of a Grand Slam event for the first time at the French Open in 2010 and has since gone on to make eight appearances at Grand Slam level. In 2007, Paire played his tennis of his profile at Futures level, winning one event- the France F10. Paire played in his first Grand Slam tournament, at the French Open, receiving a wildcard in the qualifying draw, but lost in the first round. In 2009, Paire began playing more Challenger tournaments, but continued making progress at Futures level, winning the Slovenia F3 and losing in three other finals in the space of just three months. In 2010, Paire played in many Futures tournaments, making it to six finals (winning three) and amassing stellar statistics along the way. At Challenger level, Paire beat Teixera to win his first Challenger title at Ropharma Challenger Brașov. He followed this victory with another in Salzburg just a month later, defeating Grega Zemlja in three sets in the final. Other notable achievements include a final appearance in Belgrade at the Serbian Open.

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