Gary Anderson saw off Michael Unterbuchner on Sunday to move through to the semi-Finals at the Grand Slam.
What awaits him is Michael van Gerwen and for Anderson on a potential tournament win he says it would mean a lot.
“It was hard but it was easy at the same time,” said Anderson. “I got a good lead and that can be hard sometimes, but there were some good darts in there and I got myself over the winning line.
“Michael didn’t play as well as he did in the last three games – he was great against James Wade but he had some blips tonight. He never got going tonight but he’s done well this week.”
On potentially claiming the title he added: “I’d love to win this event and it’s a tournament that’s close to my heart,” said the two-time World Champion. “It’s well documented that this is my favourite tournament and it’s a good new venue here.
“It would mean a lot to win this because I’ve played here for all 12 years, but we’ll see what happens on Sunday.”
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Author: Samuel Gill