Dave Chisnall lost out in another major final to Michael Van Gerwen at the World Grand Prix but he was not disheartened afterwards.
Chisnall said that while he knows he has to work on a few things, he is pleased with his performance over the course of the week.
Especially as last time he played in the final in 2013 he only won two legs and as a result he is proud of how he’s done.
“It’s been a positive week and I’ve played well so I’m proud,” said Chisnall. “When you go 4-1 down against Michael van Gerwen it’s going to be tough but I never gave in.
“It was a game of fine margins and I missed crucial doubles in a couple of legs, but that’s darts. He punished me and it’s my own fault, but I will work on it.
“I’ve had a great tournament and the atmosphere during the final was fantastic, the crowd gave us both great support. I did better than in 2013 and I’m proud of myself.”Tags: Dave Chisnall, World Grand Prix 2019
Author: Samuel Gill