It may be starting a little later in the year than usual, and every match being held at the same venue, but the Premier League is back! Darts’ biggest roadshow, and most lucrative non-ranking event, gets under way at the Marshall Arena, in Milton Keynes, on Monday. A new world number one. Three former winners. … Continue reading Sam’s Premier League season preview: who will finish where in 2021?
With the new Premier League season set to start behind closed doors next week, SAM CARTER picks out his top 10 televised matches played without a crowd in the PDC over the last 12 months… 10. Adrian Lewis 6-5 Michael Smith (2021 Masters) After his second-round defeat at the World Championship to Danny Baggish, Adrian … Continue reading The 10 best behind closed doors matches on TV in the past 12 months
The PDC ProTour season continued last week in Milton Keynes with the second of three planned Super Series. The four-day block of Players Championship events saw four different players win titles. SAM CARTER picks out five players who had a good week and five players who had a bad week in our latest Five Up, … Continue reading Five Up, Five Down: Reviewing the performances from the second PDC Super Series
James Wade added a 10th televised title to his darting CV this past weekend, winning the UK Open for a third time. SAM CARTER picks out the 10 biggest achievements of The Machine's career so far...Hitting the second ever double-in nine darter (2014) Big achievements don’t necessarily have to come in the form of tournament … Continue reading 10 biggest achievements in the career of James Wade
The UK Open is one of the PDC’s most fascinating tournaments. ITV’s flagship event, often referred to as “The FA Cup of Darts’, has produced its fair share of upsets over the years. Ahead of this year’s UK Open getting under way tomorrow, SAM CARTER picks out his top 10 biggest upsets in the UK … Continue reading The 10 biggest upsets in the UK Open of the past decade