In an interesting statistic released by Christopher Kempf a.k.a Ochepedia, the world’s top 10 players were revealed as hitting only 7 out of 54 bullseye attempts during the World Matchplay.
This accounts for only 13 percent and of those seven attempts two of them were 170’s and one was a 164. These were hit by Peter Wright and Rob Cross for the maximum checkout; as well as ‘Snakebite’ again for the 164.
As a result it shows the form that Wright is currently in as well as Cross who of course went on to win the title defeating Michael Smith on Sunday night.
Click here to view the compilation of the best checkouts from the World Matchplay including the aforementioned 170’s and 164 by Cross and Wright.
Tags: 2019 World Matchplay
The world's top 10 players hit 7 out of 54 checkout bullseye attempts (13%) in the World Matchplay. Of those 7, two were 170s and one was a 164.
— Christopher Kempf (@ochepedia) July 28, 2019
Author: Samuel Gill