Top 10 highest averages at Players Championship Finals (2009-2020)

The Players Championship Finals 2021 is on the calendar from 26 to 28 November. In this article you will find the highest match averages in the history of this tournament.

Phil Taylor has the highest average at this tournament to his name. During the Players Championship Finals in 2013, The Power threw an average of 111.58 in his quarterfinal match against Raymond van Barneveld. Taylor won that match 9-2. With averages of 108.63 and 108.49, the 16-time world champion is also ninth and tenth in the top 10.

Ian White was close to a new tournament record three years ago. In his duel against Scott Taylor, The Diamond came finished on 111.12. Gary Anderson (110.62 and 110.02) is the third player who managed to throw above 110 average at this tournament.

The fourth player to do so was Michael van Gerwen, who averaged 110.01 in his quarterfinal against Dirk van Duijvenbode at the 2020 edition.

Simon Whitlock (109.54) and Gerwyn Price (108.75) and Jelle Klaasen (108.74) are the remaining names in this top 10.

Top-10 highest averages at Players Championship Finals

111.58 Phil Taylor (Quarterfinal 2013, 9-2 win against Raymond van Barneveld)

111.12 Ian White (First round 2018, 6-2 win against Scott Taylor)

110.62 Gary Anderson (First round 2014, 6-5 win against Christian Kist)

110.02 Gary Anderson (Quarter-final 2018, 10-4 win against Jonny Clayton)

110.01 Michael van Gerwen (Quarterfinal 2020, 10-5 win against Dirk van Duijvenbode)

109.54 Simon Whitlock (Last 16 2012, 10-1 win against Ronnie Baxter)

108.75 Gerwyn Price (Quarter-final 2019, 10-3 win against Stephen Bunting)

108.74 Jelle Klaasen (First round 2014, 6-4 win against James Wade)

108.63 Phil Taylor (Second round 2009, 6-3 win against Vincent van der Voort)

108.49 Phil Taylor (First round 2009, 6-3 win against Michael van Gerwen)

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