BetVictor World Matchplay
First Round Draw & Tournament Bracket

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Phil Taylor (1) v Stuart Kellett
Terry Jenkins (16) v Andy Smith
Raymond van Barneveld (8) v Mensur Suljovic
Justin Pipe (9) v Mark Webster
Simon Whitlock (5) v Jelle Klaasen
Kevin Painter (12) v Jamie Lewis
James Wade (4) v John Part
Mervyn King (13) v Gary Anderson
Michael van Gerwen (2) v Colin Lloyd
Kim Huybrechts (15) v Peter Wright
Wes Newton (7) v Jamie Caven
Dave Chisnall (10) v Paul Nicholson
Andy Hamilton (6) v Ronnie Baxter
Robert Thornton (11) v Ian White
Adrian Lewis (3) v Ronny Huybrechts
Brendan Dolan (14) v Steve Beaton

BetVictor World Matchplay
Schedule of Play

Saturday July 20 (7pm-11pm)
First Round
Terry Jenkins v Andy Smith
Raymond van Barneveld v Mensur Suljovic
James Wade v John Part
Simon Whitlock v Jelle Klaasen

Sunday July 21
Afternoon Session (1pm-5pm)
First Round
Justin Pipe v Mark Webster
Kevin Painter v Jamie Lewis
Kim Huybrechts v Peter Wright
Brendan Dolan v Steve Beaton

Evening Session (7pm-11pm)
First Round
Mervyn King v Gary Anderson
Dave Chisnall v Paul Nicholson
Phil Taylor v Stuart Kellett
Michael van Gerwen v Colin Lloyd

Monday July 22 (7pm-11pm)
First Round
Robert Thornton v Ian White
Wes Newton v Jamie Caven
Adrian Lewis v Ronny Huybrechts
Andy Hamilton v Ronnie Baxter

Tuesday July 23 (7pm-12am)
Second Round
van Barneveld/Suljovic v Pipe/Webster
Whitlock/Klaasen v Painter/J Lewis
Taylor/Kellett v Jenkins/Smith
Wade/Part v King/Anderson

Wednesday July 24 (7pm-12am)
Second Round
Hamilton/Baxter v Thornton/White
A Lewis/R Huybrechts v Dolan/Beaton
van Gerwen/Lloyd v K Huybrechts/Wright
Newton/Caven v Chisnall/Nicholson

Thursday July 25 (7pm-11pm)
Quarter-Finals x2

Friday July 26 (7pm-11pm)
Quarter-Finals x2

Saturday July 27 (7pm-10pm)
Semi-Finals

Sunday July 28 (7pm-9pm)
Final

Format
First Round – Best of 19 legs
Second Round – Best of 25 legs
Quarter-Finals – Best of 31 legs
Semi-Finals – Best of 33 legs
Final – Best of 35 legs

* Each game must be won by two clear legs, with up to a maximum of five additional legs being played before the sixth “extra” leg is sudden-death. There will be no re-throw for the bull in this instance.
For example, should a First Round game (best of 19 legs) reach 12-12, then the 25th leg would be the final and deciding leg

Prize Fund
Winner £100,000
Runner-Up £50,000
Semi-Finalists £25,000
Quarter-Finalists £15,000
Second Round Losers £7,500
First Round Losers £5,000
Total £400,000
* In addition, should any player achieve a nine-dart finish, they would receive a £5,000 bonus. In the event of more than one player hitting a nine-dart finish, the bonus would be shared on a pro-rata basis.

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