Doomsday is in the Premier League darts, but much is no longer at stake. Even before the last day of the first round, it was clear that Kroos and Durant would be pulling out. Still of interest: the leadership position of Dmitri van den Berg.
Our compatriot Nathan Espinal saw the lead all evening, but a draw against James Wade was enough to climb the same height. Van den Berg had to come for a while, but a strong diaphragm secured a 6-3 lead against the 38-year-old Englishman.
Wade did not give up and shook his sleeves. With the 160 out, Van den Bergh was within the match moment, but it was also possible to see the world number 4 return.
The Englishman won 6-6 and drew. So divide the points by the end of the evening. Van den Bergh comes with 13 units alongside the Aspinall, but the latter has the upper hand due to the leg balance. The second round is scheduled to take place next month, starting in May.
After that, Van den Berg was proud of his accomplishments this week. “In the last few days, you could have had a maximum of eight points, and you got seven points,” he maths. “I remember only positive things after this week. On the third day (against Gary Anderson, editor) I didn’t do this. The best level, the other days I displayed more of what I had to offer. And on the third day, I won too, although it wasn’t In the best possible way. I have no idea what to expect for the next part, because it remains a new experience for me. It’s about having fun, having fun and learning. “