Chisnall eases past Šebesta in whitewash win, Kleermaker downs Polish teenager Bialecki

Dave Chisnall has breezed into Day Two of action at the Czech Darts Open and will now play Daryl Gurney in the second round in Prague.

Filip Šebesta didn't have the same luck his compatriot Vítězslav Sedlák had who ended the afternoon session by seeing off Jonathan Worsley.

He fell with ease in a 6-0 whitewash with a 95 average, three 180's and 6/8 on the doubles for the St Helens ace.

While in one of the highly anticipated clashes of the evening session, Martijn Kleermaker downed Sebastian Bialecki - the highly touted Polish youngster 6-4.

He broke his Polish opponent in the third leg with a 15-darter and then held with a 108 checkout. In the eighth leg, Bialecki had a chance to break back, but missed his opportunity on tops. Kleermaker then threw double 10 for 5-3.

In the tenth leg, the Dutchman finished it off with a 13-darter, allowing him to take on José de Sousa in the second round.

Ross Smith had some troubles on doubles but saw off Florian Hempel. He hit 6/19 but nevertheless saw off the German 6-4 after the latter missed opportunities to take control of the game.

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