One month after World Cup, arrows fly again! Milton Keynes The Masters is the first big darts tournament of the year.
From February 1 to February 3, the world's top 16 players will fight for the season's second title after the 2019 PDC World Cup.
With the exception of 4th in the world, Gary Anderson, who refuses to take part in back problems, has all the stars from 16 of the world's best ratings at ArenaMK Milton Keynes. Stephen Bunting, a double world champion from Scotland, is moving forward.
Van Gerwen effortlessly against Clayton
In the first round of breakout Dave Chisnall beat Daryl Gurney in a tight 10-8. Then Mensur Suljovic explained that he did not let his colleague Simon Whitlock from Australia win Chanc – he played him 10: 1 against the wall.
He threw 180 times four times, his highest checkout was 81. Whitlock managed only 32.
Michael van Gerven then won Wales Johnny Criton. He won the 16th round in the final round with 10: 5 and met in the quarter-finals Mensur Suljovic.
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Will Van Gerwen get his fifth title?
A total of 200,000 pounds of cash will be distributed. The winner will win 60,000 pounds and 5,000 on nine cards.
The winner of the masters is Michael van Gerwen, who has won the title in each of the last four years. The other two winners of the tournament since 2013 are Phil Taylor and James Wade.
Last year's World Champion van Gerven dominated the final with 11: 9 against Raymond van Barneveld.
Overview of Masters Schedule
Friday, noon 20.00, 1st round / 16th round best:
Daryl Gurney (Northern Ireland) – Dave Chisnall (England) 8:10 (completed)
Mensur Suljovic (Austria) – Simon Whitlock (Australia) 10: 1 (complete)
Stephen Bunting (England) – Darren Webster (England) 10: 9 (Finished)
Michael van Gerwen (Netherlands) – Jonny Clayton (Wales) 10: 5 (completed)
Saturdays, 20:00, 1st round / 16 rounds (best of 19 feet):
Gervin Price (Wales) – James Wade (England)
Rob Cross (England) – Joe Cullen (England)
Michael Smith (England) – Ian White (England)
Peter Wright (Scotland) – Adrian Lewis (England)
Sunday, 1:45 pm, quarterfinals (best of 19 feet):
Van Gerwen – Suljovic
Chisnall – Bunting
Cross / Cullen – Price / Webster
Smith / White – Wright / Lewis
Sunday, 20:00, semi-final (best of 21 feet):
Van Gerwen / Clayton / Suljovic / Whitlock – Gurney / Chisnall / Bunting / Webster
Cross / Cullen / Price / Webster – Smith / White / Wright / Lewis
Sunday, around 10:30 am, Finale (21 of the best):
Winner Semifinals 1 – Winner Semifinals 2
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