Dimitri van den Bergh not only achieved the impressive feat of winning the World Matchplay but he also broke a tournament record in the process.
Van den Bergh broke a longstanding record which has been matched; but not ever beaten; that is for 100+ finishes at the World Matchplay.
‘The Dreammaker’ hit 12 during the 2020 edition of the tournament which eclipsed the previous record of 11 which was hit twice by Phil Taylor (2009, 2013), James Wade (2012) and most recent by Alan Norris (2017).
His highest 100+ checkouts during this were 170, 164 and 156 in a phenomenal tournament for finishing from the Belgian.
Tags: Dimitri van den Bergh, Statistics, World Matchplay
Dimitri Van den Bergh🇧🇪 broke the record of most 100+ finishes thrown in the World Matchplay
🗓Old record: 11
🙋🏻♂️A. Norris 2017
🙋🏻♂️P. Taylor 2013, 2009
🙋🏻♂️J. Wade 2012
✅New record: 12
— Premium Dart Data (@PremiumDartData) July 27, 2020
Author: Samuel Gill