Jeffrey de Zwaan faces a challenge on Tuesday night – to produce a successful sequel to his victory over Michael van Gerwen. His next opponent Adrian Lewis stands between him and a place in the quarter-finals of the World Matchplay.

The 22-year-old Dutchman gives himself a good chance to reach his maiden major quarter-final in the PDC. De Zwaan’s plan is the same as always: ‘I’m just going to do my own job’.
”I will start the game with the same attitude as I did against Michael”, ‘The Black Cobra’ told Dartsnews.com. ”Whether it is against Adrian Lewis or Van Gerwen, it does not matter, I just do my own thing.”
”Adrian was not playing very strong in his first round match against Wilson. But it is important for me to start well, if that succeeds, then I have a good chance against Lewis.”
Click here for more information about the World Matchplay. The prize fund breakdown for this tournament can be found here.

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Author: Pieter