Berdych was surely amongst the most naturally gifted players of his generation. Standing 6’5” tall, the Czech has always had plenty of easy power, particularly off his forehand which can be devastating at times. He has worked to improve his backhand over the course of his career, turning what was always a solid shot into a formidable weapon in its own right. His Achilles’s heel has always been his serve. He tends to miss too many first serves and his second can be vulnerable to aggressive returners.
Chardy can certainly count himself amongst the Tour’s most powerful players, particularly off his forehand with which he clubs the ball just about as hard as anyone else in the game. However, his backhand is a serious weakness. The Frenchman doesn’t look hugely comfortable either coming over the ball or slicing it, and it can often break down. His ball toss is also often errant and Chardy usually finds himself amongst the leaders in double faults on Tour.
my tip is 1:3 or 2:3 so my money on over games