Divergent Dutch Euro Tour success: stranded, Van Gerwen continues | sports

The Dutch success in the Euro Tour varied in Austria. Jill Claassen, Mike Cuavenhoven and Raymond van Barneveld are stranded in the second round, and Michael van Gerwen, Danny Neupert and Dirk van Duijvenbode make it to the next round in Graz.

Michael van Gerwen was looking for revenge after his dramatic evening out on Ahoy. He was knocked out by Nathan Aspinall in the first round of the Premier League. Because of his position in the rankings, Van Gerwen was allowed to skip the first round. In the second round, John Henderson waited.

It looked like he was heading for an easy victory, but the Brabant man made it exciting when he allowed the Scotsman to come back from 5-1 down. In the end, Van Gerwen won 5-4. He threw an average of 10 more points than Henderson and had a slightly higher finishing percentage (37.5 to 33.33). Van Gerwen will meet Australian Simon Whitlock in the eighth final.

Norbert checks against Dobey

Norbert was constantly controlling Dobby. At the fourth station put a break For 3-1 lead. Dobby aka Hollywood Ranked 21st in the world rankings, she came back to 4-4, but then hit Nobert and won by double twenty.

Neubert scored nearly 96 at average, compared to Dobey’s 91.55. End credits: forty percent for Norbert, fifty percent for Dobby. Tomorrow afternoon, Norbert will face Nathan Aspinall for a place in the quarter-finals.

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Also by Van Duijvenbode

Dirk van Duijvenbode also reached the final of the eighth round of the European Championship. Defeated Ryan Mekley 6-4. Of the ten legs played, seven went against darts. But it is the number 11 in the world that hurts the Englishman a little more than the other way around. Van Duijvenbode bowled nearly 99 on average, Meikel just missed 90. Joe Cullen is his opponent tomorrow.

Van Barneveld did not succeed

Van Barneveld was not successful in Graz. defeated Ryan Searle Barney In an exciting battle 6-5. Van Barneveld threw a higher average and also has a higher finishing percentage, but still gets the short end off the stick. It was broken on the last leg and this led to disqualification.

Klassen makes it interesting against Johnny Clayton

Jelle Klaasen was unable to perform a trick against Johnny Clayton at the Austrian Darts Open. The Dutchman, ranked 132nd in the world rankings, bowed out in the second round in a decisive match mongoosethe number seven in the world: 5-6.

Yesterday it was Claassen, that’s as a nickname cobra He has, in the first round in Graz, Austria, stronger than William O’Connor (38th in the world ranking). Even then a crucial XI leg was needed.

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Kuivenhoven eliminated

For Mike Koivenhoven, the Austrian Darts Open is also over. The Dutchman, who beat Bradley Brooks (6-5) in the first round yesterday, was no match for 2018 world champion Rob Croese with a score of 2-6.

Kuivenhoven came up against Kroos, who had another one last week A ground tournament match because he “just doesn’t feel like it anymore”not more than an average of 73.86, much lower than Cross (95.70).

Program of the second round

afternoon session
Andrew Gilding – Matt Campbell 6-4
Josh Rock – Krzysztof Ratajski 6-2
Dave Chisnall – Mickey Mansell 2-6
Damon Heta – Luke Woodhouse 6-4
Rob Croce – Mike Koivenhoven 6-2
Joe Cullen – Nick Kenny 6-2
Nathan Aspinall – Hannes Schneier 6-2
Johnny Clayton – Jelly Classen 6-5

Evening session (from 7:05 pm)
Danny Neubert-Chris Dobie 6-4
Dirk van Duijvenbode-Ryan Mickle 6-4
Ryan Searle – Raymond van Barneveld 6-5
Peter Wright-Mansur Suljovic 1-6
Luke Humphreys – Daryl Gurney 1-6
Michael Smith – Riccardo Petrichko 6-5
Michael Van Gerwen – John Henderson 6-4
Martin Schindler – Simon Whitlock 5-6

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