So much for Chardy's run to the fourth round of RG being a sign of the future.
Scott is a doubles specialist and ranked exactly 1000 in the world in singles. 16 aces for Scott.
You obviously don't understand much about Jérémy. With his game, he will always be prone to upsets, in my opinion. Moreover, the guy just had an amazing run at Paris, is tired and has celebrated his results. It's difficult to then all of a sudden switch to a new surface and get back to business. Jérémy has shown he can play on grass by winning Wimbledon juniors, and I am convinced he'll be a strong contender at Wimbledon qualies in two weeks and at Wimbledon in years to come.
You also don't know much about Lipsky. This guy's game is tailor-made for grass, with his powerful shots and serve & volley game. This guy hits so hard it's not funny anymore, I saw last year. He pushes his opponents into defensive mode whenever he can, and this is when Jérémy struggles the most.