Deller expecting to see 'a different' Phil Taylor during World Seniors Masters

Phil Taylor will take part in the World Seniors Masters which is due to take place between 27-28 May at the iconic Lakeside with all eyes on 'The Power' to see if he can return to some of his form of the past after a poor display at the Circus Tavern earlier this year.

It is make or break even for Taylor who said at the time that he would be putting the work in to make sure he puts it right.

"I’ll be honest, I’ve got the right hump because I’ve embarrassed myself in front of people who’ve paid good money to come and see me. The only thing I can promise is, you will not see me play like that again, trust me,” he said.

"If I don’t put it right, I’ll retire fully. I’ve got a few months now, I’ll be ready for that one. I promise, whoever supports me, I’ll be ready for the next one. I know exactly what I’ve done wrong.”

One player who believes it will be the case is Keith Deller, the 1983 World Champion who will also be involved.

When quizzed by commentator, John Rawling about whether Robert Thornton, the reigning World Seniors Champion is the man to beat, he said he believes in the revival of Taylor. "I think we will see a different Power this time, John," he replied.

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