Chisnall back in winners’ circle after passing of mother: “I thought I might not ever win another tournament”

Dave Chisnall travels confidently to Leicester after his final victory at the Belgian Darts Open for the World Grand Prix, scheduled from 3 to 9 October.

Chisnall can boast a number of good results at the double-in double-out tournament. He lost there in the final in 2013 and 2019, while 'Chizzy' managed to reach the semi-finals in 2016 and 2020.

“I’d say over the last six or seven weeks, I have been playing some great stuff. It was only a matter of time until I won a title, and Sunday was the night,” said Chisnall.“I’m looking forward to the World Grand Prix. I normally have a good run in that. I’ve been in a few finals, a few semi-finals. I cannot wait for next week now.

This also comes after a tumultuous year of the oche and he said he didn’t think he’d win a title again.

“At the beginning of last year when I lost my Mum, I thought I might not ever win another tournament, so this means everything.”

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