BoyleSports World Grand Prix of Darts 2019

Michael van Gerwen win BoyleSports World Grand Prix of Darts 2019

World Grand Prix of Darts

Michael van Gerwen already has his sights set on regaining the Grand Slam of Darts title after winning the World Series of Darts Finals in Amsterdam on Sunday.

Van Gerwen, a three-time Grand Slam champion from 2015-2017, will return to Wolverhampton’s Aldersley Leisure Village from November 9-17 – FIND GRAND SLAM TICKETS HERE

Fresh from his latest triumph on home soil, the world number one is now hoping to get his hands on the Eric Bristow Trophy and take his televised title tally to nine for 2019.

“My head is already in next week, I’m looking forward to the Grand Slam,” said Van Gerwen, who lost to Gary Anderson in last year’s semi-finals.

“I want to win anything what I’m competing in, everyone knows what I’m capable of and what I can do.

“I keep trying to do the thing what I’m good at and that’s playing darts. I love what I do and that’s really important as well.

“I feel good at the moment and I don’t think I’m far off my best form but I have to show it next week again to win the title.

“I know there’s more in the tank and I’m capable of doing more.”

The draw for the Grand Slam of Darts will take place on Tuesday November 5 at approximately 1245 GMT and will be shown on Facebook Live via the PDC’s Official Facebook page.


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World Grand Prix of Darts 2019

Michael van Gerwen stormed into the BoyleSports World Grand Prix of Darts quarter-finals with an imperious 3-0 defeat of Dutch rival Jeffrey de Zwaan in Dublin on Tuesday night.

The reigning champion in the double-start event had endured some nervous moments during Sunday’s first round win over Jamie Hughes, but produced the highest average of the tournament so far at 94.79 as he powered past De Zwaan.

The youngster had defeated Van Gerwen in both the UK Open and World Matchplay in 2018, but was restricted to just three darts at a finishing double during a one-sided contest.

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Chisnall overcame Nathan Aspinall 3-1 in a high-quality affair to set up a meeting with Glen Durrant after the World Matchplay semi-finalist edged out Jermaine Wattimena 3-2 to book a spot in Friday’s last four.