Jeremy Chardy can be regarded as a dominant Server because when compared with his rivals, he takes his biggest edge with his Serve making 25% more points than them on average. When his first serve is in, 48% of the time it is unreturned and this result is above the general average of the ATP players.
Server / High
It's part of Jeremy Chardy's game plan to come in behind his big forehand. In total 17% of his points are won at the net (with or without a volley to play) and this result stands above average. We can sum up his game this way: big serve, big forehand & volley.
Offensive / Medium-high
Jeremy Chardy cannot be regarded as a Retriever at all. Winning only 32% of his points by the errors of his rivals (below average) most of the time he will be the first one to attack.
Retriever / Low
From the back of the court, Jeremy Chardy is a Puncher. This is with the forehand that he takes risks and gets another edge against his rivals. However, this risky mind-set with the forehand leads him to a much higher ratio of points but also errors than his opponents.
Puncher / High
Jeremy Chardy is much more a Puncher than a Tempo player. His game style turns around his big forehand and he makes fewer points than average with his backhand. Like the Tempo player, the way he returns is aggressive but he does it much more in a Punching way (big take back) than in a Tempo way (blocking aggressively in front of him).