Krzysztof Ratajski claimed the honours in terms of the highest average during the World Matchplay as the top 10 has now been revealed.

In the first round, Ratajski threw an average of 107.53 in his tie against Jermaine Wattimena setting an early benchmark.

In the end, this proved to be sufficient to top the standings for the highest average in this year’s World Matchplay.

During the tournament, a total of six 100+ averages were recorded. Five of these were in the first round. They were hit by Glen Durrant (106.93), Jamie Hughes (101.13), Michael Smith (101.02) and Mensur Suljovic (100.47).

Peter Wright averaged 100.87 in his second round tie against Durrant. However, the World Champion lost 11-8 in this match.

Tournament winner Dimitri van den Bergh produced his highest average (99.67) during his quarterfinal win against Adrian Lewis.

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Author: Samuel Gill