Mensur Suljovic tops the doubling stats so far for the World Grand Prix with the top 4 players causes being helped by their progression through to the Quarter-Finals which take place this evening.
Mensur has 51.81% of all doubles only just leading world number three Peter Wright and both Daryl Gurney and Benito van de Pas neck and neck in the rest of the top 4.
Justin Pipe despite going out in the first round is 5th in the table with 48.72% of doubles which showed that if he would of kept it up all the way through the contest he probably would have advanced.
Of the remaining players, Raymond van Barneveld and Robert Thornton have hit the least doubles and will be wanting to make that higher ahead of tonights’ Quarter Finals at the Citywest in Dublin.
Wright and Suljovic are neck-and-neck atop the doubles table. Both players are on an astonishing 52%. pic.twitter.com/iRezyeUSSR
— Christopher Kempf (@ochepedia) October 5, 2017
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Author: Samuel Gill