Dimitri van den Bergh will face off against Gary Anderson in his first major final on Sunday evening at the World Matchplay to cap off a remarkable run for the Belgian.
Van den Bergh managed to defeat a player who is higher in the PDC Order of Merit in all but one match. He saw off Nathan Aspinall in a shock 10-5 win to begin the tournament and then escaped elimination against Joe Cullen going from 8-5 down to 11-9 the victor.
In his four games played, ‘The Dreammaker’ has recorded a tournament average of 97.76. This is partly due to hitting 29 180’s and a doubles percentage of 38.3 percent. He has hit a total of eight 100+ finishes or more, with a 164 checkout being his highest to date.
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🏴Gary Anderson v 🇧🇪Dimitri Van den Bergh
🕣2030 BST, Sunday July 26 2020. pic.twitter.com/RmU3F8bj4E
— PDC Darts (@OfficialPDC) July 25, 2020
Author: Samuel Gill