Overall Statistics: Downunder World Series of Darts events Australia and New Zealand
Some Interesting Statistics from the World Series of Darts Downunder events.
Phil Taylor. MIchael Van Gerwen and Gary Anderson are the only players to have won multiple WSD events downunder.
Phil Taylor made 39 appearances in the world series downunder and averaged over 100 (102.3)!
Paul Nicholson lost his match when he recorded his highest average and won his match when he recorded his lowest average.
Peter Wright’s highest against average was completed by Corey Cadby, but Wright beat him in that match anyway!
Phil Taylor's second highest average (111.65) was in a losing effort to Cadby (103.58.)
No player has participated in all 21 events but Simon Whitlock has been a part of 20 of them.
Wollongong was the 8th city to have hosted World Series of Darts events downunder. Auckland, Brisbane, Hamilton, Melbourne, Perth, Sydney and Townsville are the other cities to have hosted an event. 2023 sees Wollongong go to two time, and Hamilton to three time, hosts of the events. Auckland, Perth and Sydney top the record with 4 events. Melbourne has hosted three times and it has been hosted by Queensland the same amount, twice in Brisbance and once in Townsville.
Downunder World Series of Darts Events: Historical Results
Downunder World Series of Darts Events: Entrants
Downunder World Series of Darts Events: Player Statistics
Downunder World Series of Darts Events: Venues Statistics