Chris Dobey reached the final of the Danish Darts Open this past weekend losing out to Dave Chisnall in Copenhagen and he was pleased with how he played over the course of the event.
Dobey also all but confirmed his place in the World Matchplay in losing out to the St Helens ace and he said he came here to do just that. In terms of the final, he said that it just didn’t happen but that ‘Chizzy’ deserved the win.
“I’m definitely pleased with how I played this weekend,” said Dobey, who is now up to a career-high 30th on the PDC Order of Merit.
“I came here to do the job of securing my place in the World Matchplay for the first time and I’ve pretty much done that.
“It just didn’t happen for me in the final but if I could pick a player to lose to it would be Dave, he’s a great lad and he thoroughly deserves this win.”
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Dave Chisnall wins the Danish Darts Open with an 8-3 win over Chris Dobey!
A 15th PDC title for Chizzy, who becomes the fourth European Tour event winner of 2019 in Copenhagen. pic.twitter.com/lKKKrRWtcq
— PDC Darts (@OfficialPDC) June 16, 2019
Author: Samuel Gill