World Grand Prix winner Van Gerwen may have its own form barely believe it
Michael van Gerwen wrote Saturday in a convincing manner for the third time the World Grand Prix Darts in his name, and brought out especially in the beginning, a level that he almost couldn’t believe it.
“What can I say? In the first three or four sets I got a average of 107, or 108. If you play so, you deserve to win,” said Van Gerwen in a first reaction after his 5-2 victory against world champion Gary Anderson.
“If my level get, I know that I can win. It is easy to say that, but I did it against the world champion, and for a crowd.”
Despite his large lead knew Van Gerwen during the party, a small relapse. “When I was 4-1 for was, I went over the trophy to think about. Anderson continues to be a great player and fought back.”
The 27-year-old Dutchman won the profit ultimately by handsome 160 to throw out. He saw his victory in the final as a reward for a good tournament.
“This is my third victory here, was really fantastic. I played the whole week all is well and I am happy that I can reward with the cup. Everything went smoothly for me this tournament.”
This year there are a few tournaments on the program at the end of PDC. So, there is next month’s Grand Slam of Darts and will be there in december and January, the world cup finished.
Van Gerwen looks forward to the coming period. “Hopefully I can make this form tomorrow, because I will need it in the coming months”, says the winner of the World Grand Prix.
On the world cup at the end of this year, aast Van Gerwen on the recapture of his title. The Dutchman crowned in 2014 to be world champion, but saw Anderson in the past two years, with the price at the get go.
Van Gerwen takes title at the World Grand Prix, thanks to victory at Anderson