Paul Nicholson made a successful return to the European Tour. The former major winner beat Nathan Aspinall 6-2 to reach the second round of the German Darts Open.

Dimitri van den Bergh qualified for the last 32 round after a fine 6-3 victory over William O’Connor. The Belgian hit three ton plus finishes to defeat the Irishman. Max Hopp moved into the second round after beating Zoran Lerchbacher 6-1, while averaging 99.49.
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2018 German Darts Open
Friday April 13
First Round
Afternoon Session (1pm local time, 12pm GMT)

Simon Stevenson (86.33) 1-6 (93.45) Kirk Shepherd
Matthew Edgar (90.08) 2-6 (99.23) Steve West
Terry Jenkins (88.23) 4-6 (94.25) Cameron Menzies
Maik Kuivenhoven (90.03) 6-1 (78.11) Tobias Muller
Jan Dekker (91.72) 2-6 (92.82) Daniel Larsson
Rene Eidams (79.81) 6-4 (73.47) Ricky Williams
Richard North (95.64) 4-6 (93.79) Danny Noppert
Jose Justicia (77.07) 6-4 (85.25) Luke Woodhouse
Evening Session (7.15pm local time, 6.15pm GMT)
Dragutin Horvat (91.23) 4-6 (98.83) Alan Tabern
Luke Humphries (103.63) 6-3 (94.82) Ronny Huybrechts
Steve Lennon (96.97) 6-0 (82.17) Robert Thornton
Zoran Lerchbacher (85.79) 1-6 (99.49) Max Hopp
Dimitri Van den Bergh (98.13) 6-3 (90.77) William O’Connor
Paul Nicholson (92.17) 6-2 (87.00) Nathan Aspinall
James Wade v Tytus Kanik
Keegan Brown v Jermaine Wattimena

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Author: Pieter