"I didn't really do too much wrong" - Despite nine-darter Luke Humphries loses out in Baltic Sea Darts Open final

Despite an average of 104.38 in the final of the Baltic Sea Darts Open, Luke Humphries was pipped to the title on Sunday night to Rob Cross, who himself averaged 105.56.

''I don't think I did much wrong to be honest,'' said Humphries, who also had to settle for second place at last year's Euro Tour tournament in Kiel, losing out to Dave Chisnall on that occasion. ''I the last couple of legs, I didn't really do too much wrong. Rob's timing was much better than mine. I think that's our fourth [European Tour final] now and it's two-all - I'll get him next time!"

Humphries did steal the show in the final however, by throwing a nine darter. ''It's always great to hit a nine-darter; of course I'd always like the winner's trophy. It's my second nine-darter and I've lost both [games]," he says. "I was really looking forward to playing this weekend and that showed in my performances. I thought I played really good in the final but Rob was even better; he was clinical and that's what it takes to be a winner."

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