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2019 European Darts Grand Prix Day One

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Keegan Brown overcame stern resistance from European Tour debutant Daniel Klose, who hit back from 3-1 down to level after six legs before the former World Youth Champion pulled clear to complete a 6-3 victory. Ross Smith defied a 157 checkout from Pero Ljubic to pull clear from three-all to claim a 6-3 win in their contest, setting up a second round meeting with Jonny Clayton. And in a nervy Semi-Final with Steve Beaton, White came from behind to clinch a 7-5 victory to progress to a third successive final. Dutchman Niels Zonneveld enjoyed a debut win on the European Tour, seeing off German qualifier Michael Hurtz 6-4 as he now progresses to play Peter Wright in round two. Van Gerwen is coming off the back of multiple European Tour victories already this year and he will be in action in Sindelfingen.

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2019 European Darts Grand Prix

european darts grand prix 2019

His bid to win a third European Tour title in a row was ended by Peter Wright in the quarter-finals, but Snakebite couldn't follow it up with the trophy as he lost to Ian White in the final. Wright quickly bit back to level things at 3-3, as he chased his first European Tour title since 2017. You can look back on the event with all the results and daily round ups while we also have the prize money details, odds and previous winners. The last three games of the session are all quality clashes starting with Ricky Evans facing Keegan Brown. It was there that Wright stuck what seemed a decisive blow. Krzysztof Ratajski came from 4-2 down to maintain his unbeaten record against Robert Owen with a fourth successive 6-4 win over the Welshman, moving himself through to a tie with Michael Smith. Evans in particular has played brilliant as of late which means he finds himself in the seeds once again.

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European Darts Grand Prix 2019 preview and schedule

european darts grand prix 2019

Van den Bergh now plays Ian White, who has reached the final of the German Darts Open and Austrian Darts Open in the past two weekends before losing out on both occasions to Michael van Gerwen. Coverage will be broadcast through for all subscribers worldwide, and through a series of bookmakers' websites listed below. They play the winners of the first-round games, which take place on Friday. Brown himself has found some form and so it should be close. Joe Cullen and Mark McGeeney are next up.

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2019 World Grand Prix (darts)

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As will the likes of Rob Cross, Daryl Gurney and home favourite Max Hopp. Any tour card holders from the applicable regions will have to play the main European Qualifier. Price comes into this weekend off the back of another frosty night in the Premier League this time clashing with Daryl Gurney. Mark McGeeney also claimed victory on his European Tour debut, defeating Josh Payne 6-3 by winning four of the final five legs to set up a round two meeting with Joe Cullen. There is no Raymond van Barneveld in Sindelfingen but a lot of the next generation are involved including Jeffrey de Zwaan, Dimitri van den Bergh and a debut for promising Dutchman, Niels Zonneveld. If I play my game, I'll win. James Richardson will now play Mervyn King after winning five legs from six to come from 2-1 down and defeat Matthew Edgar 6-3 in their first round contest.

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2019 German Darts Grand Prix

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Michael van Gerwen is the defending champion at the European Darts Grand Prix. Up next was Jeffrey De Zwaan, who himself had thrown a 105 average in the last 16, but was no match for White who breezed through 6-1. It all starts off though with Michael Smith taking on Krzysztof Ratajski. The European Darts Grand Prix is being held from May 10-12 at the Glaspalast in Sindelfingen, Germany. One hold of throw after another came next, with little to separate the two in a nervy encounter as it got to six legs apiece.

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Steve Beaton opened his bid to win a second Sindelfingen title with a 6-4 win over Stephen Bunting in a battle of former Lakeside Champions. Vincent van der Voort came from 3-1 and 4-2 down to defeat Dave Prins 6-4, as the former Austrian Darts Open winner moves through to play Darren Webster. There will only be seven matches though in this first session due to James Wade withdrawing late from proceedings. Aspinall opened the tie with a 180, finished 115 for a 12-darter to win the opening leg and led 5-0 before the Finnish qualifier responded, but an 82 bullseye combination sealed a comprehensive win. The world number one in the final last year. It was White's third consecutive final on the European Tour, a record matched only by Van Gerwen. He was then made favourite for the final as he beat reigning champion Van Gerwen 6-3 in the quarter-finals.

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2019 European Darts Grand Prix (ET6)

european darts grand prix 2019

Gavin Carlin moved through to play Gerwyn Price with a 6-3 defeat of Dragutin Horvat, defying finishes of 113 and 104 from the Host Nation Qualifier. He faces a potential banana skin though to start his campaign in Sindelfingen in Carlin. Mervyn King 2014 , Kim Huybrechts 2015 and Peter Wright 2017 are the in the past. It featured a field of 48 players and £140,000 in prize money, with £25,000 going to the winner. Losing out to Michael van Gerwen in both the German Darts Open and Austrian Darts Open, White must have been relieved to face a different opposition in this final, but was pushed all the way by the world number six. And in the semi-finals, he breezed past Jamie Hughes 7-1 to set up the final showdown with White.

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2019 German Darts Grand Prix

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Then it is the turn of Jonny Clayton and Ross Smith which has potentially gone under the radar as to match of the round. The tournament took place at , , , from 20—22 April 2019. Any tour card holders from the applicable regions will have to play the main European Qualifier. The sixth European Tour event of the season at the Glaspalast is over, and surprisingly it wasn't won by defending champion Michael van Gerwen! Jamie Hughes and Glen Durrant also came through that route; as did ever present and evergreen Steve Beaton who has been rolling back the years for the past few weeks on the European Tour. Both players are in great form and so it should be a cracking contest. This means that Ryan Searle who was meant to face The Machine will get a bye.

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