Jeffrey de Zwaan

2016 matches and statistics
OoM ranking: 21


 

15 matches

Cells in green are better than opponent, grey is equal. H-R win = win vs higher ranked player. H-R loss = loss vs higher ranked player.

date tournament round opponent result score average opponent checkout high h-r win h-r loss 180s
2020-03-06 UK Open Last 64 Simon Whitlock Lost 7-10 N Y
2020-03-01 PDC Belgian... Last 16 Dirk van Duijve... Lost 4-6 91.06 94.76 36.36% 94 N 3
2020-02-29 PDC Belgian... Last 32 Kim Huybrechts Won 6-4 93.24 91.97 40.00% 41 N 3
2020-02-23 PDPA Players... Last 128 Richard North Lost 5-6 N
2020-02-22 PDPA Players... Last 128 Steve Lennon Lost 3-6 N Y
2020-02-16 PDPA Players... Last 128 Gary Anderson Lost 2-6 N Y
2020-02-15 PDPA Players... Semi Final Ryan Searle Lost 5-7 N
2020-02-15 PDPA Players... Quarter Fina... Danny Noppert Won 6-3 N
2020-02-15 PDPA Players... Last 16 Vincent van der... Won 6-4 N
2020-02-15 PDPA Players... Last 32 Wesley Harms Won 6-5 N
2020-02-15 PDPA Players... Last 64 Harald Leitinge... Won 6-1 N
2020-02-15 PDPA Players... Last 128 Jan Dekker Won 6-3 N
2020-02-09 PDPA Players... Last 128 Ross Smith Lost 3-6 N
2020-02-08 PDPA Players... Last 64 Derk Telnekes Lost 5-6 N Y
2020-02-08 PDPA Players... Last 128 Carl Wilkinson Won 6-5 N

Aggregated

Tournaments: 8
Results: L8 W7
Average: 92.15
Checkout: 38.18%
180s: 6
180s per match: 3
180s per leg: 0.3
180s per leg opponents: 0.4
Average opponent: 93.37
Avg. legs won per match: 5.07
Avg. legs lost per match: 5.2
Total legs played: 154
Win vs higher ranked players 0 - 0%
Lost vs higher ranked players 4 - 50%
Average total legs per match: 10.27

Match statistics

Highest average: 50%
Highest checkout: 50%
Most scores of 180: 0%
Full sweeps (win, checkout & 180s): 0%
Highest checkout >80,5: 50%
Matches with even leg total: 33.33%
Matches with odd leg total: 66.67%
Score of 180 in leg 1: 100%
Score of 180 in leg 2: 0%
Score of 180 in leg 3: 0%
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