Klaasen blames world cup elimination on personal circumstances
Jelle Klaasen was after his elimination in the third round at the world CHAMPIONSHIP darts in London visibly excited. Personal circumstances are, according to the Dutchman is to blame for the defeat.
Klaasen was handsome back in the match, but dolf eventually the worst of it against the seventh-placed Dave Chisnall: 2-4.
“I’m no excuses, I was just not good enough. I’ve had my chances and not get caught. Chisnall was just better,” said Klaasen afterwards for the camera of RTL7.
Klaasen thinks that “personal circumstances” play a role in his lesser game. “I know for myself where this is located. That is personal and that is good.”
According to the AD, faces Klaasen with a tendonitis in his arm, but that is not confirmed yet.
Klaasen took out last year’s semi-final at the world CHAMPIONSHIPS.
Klaasen turned off by Chisnall in the third round of world CHAMPIONSHIP darts
The seventh-placed Chisnall takes the Friday in the quarterfinals against reigning world champion Gary Anderson, who Wednesday was too strong for the strong playing Benito van de Pas.
With the elimination of Klaasen, there are two Dutch people active on the world cup. The first-placed Michael van Gerwen comes Thursday night in the third round, in action against Darren Webster.
Raymond van Barneveld, who Wednesday handsome the as fifth-placed Adrian Lewis off, plays Friday in the quarterfinals against the winner of the match between Phil Taylor and Kim Huybrechts. That match is Thursday night finished.
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