Van Gerwen will find that Taylor two years ago, had to stop
Michael van Gerwen will find that hexadecimal world champion Phil Taylor goes on too long with darts, and two years ago, a point behind his career would have had to convert.
Last month made dartslegende Taylor to end to all speculations by announcing that he is working on his final year. The 56-year-old Englishman will once again participate in the world cup.
“This time I believe him,” says Van Gerwen against Sky Sports. “He has already said that he is going to retire, but that he did never. He is older and his focus to win everything is not there anymore.”
According to the current world champion of Brabant had ‘The Power’ are arrows also on the must mountains. “It is time for him to stop. That he had two years ago have to do.”
“He is like me a winner, so I understand that it is difficult to give up everything. I’ve also always said that I am on my fortieth wants to stop, but you can’t see into the future and things can change very quickly. If I stop, I want that after a big victory.”
Taylor sees Van Gerwen his successor as dartsambassadeur
Taylor ran aground at the last world cup in the quarter-finals, in which he was 5-3 lost to his old rival Raymond van Barneveld, but wants one more time at the oche appear at the Alexandra Palace. “Whatever happens, this is my last year”, said the hexadecimal world champion last month at the Masters in Milton Keynes.
“If they need me a lot more money are going to pay. I have thirty years on the summit stood, but now there is a new ruler: Michael van Gerwen. Let him be the new name.”