the Dutch Michael van Gerwen is ready for yet another WORLD cup final in the darts. It is clear, after he on Sunday wiped out his opponent in the semi-final, scottish Gary Anderson, 6-1 at Alexandra Palace in London.
Van Gerwen has won the WORLD title two times in the past and is topseedet at the world championship.
He looked a long time in addition to swipe in the final without surrendering a set. Thus it was 5-0, before Gary Anderson was promoted to the humiliation and got reduced.
It was not, however, the dutchman to shake his hand, and he secured finalepladsen with the victory in the seventh set.
Michael van Gerwen is ready for the WORLD cup final. Photo:
In the final to Michael van Gerwen meeting the englishman Michael Smith. He defeated in the first semi-final earlier in the evening, his compatriot Nathan Aspinall 6-3.
the 28-year-old Michael Smith was the pre-favorite in the competition between the two English players.
Smith ranks as also as number 10 in the world, while Nathan Aspinall participated at the WORLD cup for the first time and was number 73 in the world rankings.
The adult challenger did what he could in the introduction. But to the last was the favorite for good playing.
the 27-year-old Nathan Aspinall was excellent and brought out in front 2-0 in sets, before Michael Smith equalized for 2-2.
It was also 3-3, in Smith brought himself in front of the 4-3 and with good game also increased to 5-3, while Nathan Aspinall eventually had hard disks up with a countermeasure.
Michael Smith managed all the time to push Nathan Aspinall, and in front 5-3 closed Smith fight to win the following set.
the WORLD cup in darts consists solely of knockoutkampe, and the number of the sets have varied, as the tournament has progressed.
In the semi-finals are played best of 11 sets, while the finale features the best of 13 sets.
For the third year in a row, there are no danes in the WORLD cup tournament, which is played during the associated PDC.
the world champion wins an amount of almost 4.2 million dollars.
Rob Cross is the defending world champion, but he was sent out of the tournament in the past.
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