Luke Humphries wants to take title at German Darts Grand Prix: ''Long time since I’ve won a European Tour"

Luke Humphries put in a spectacular showing in his opening match at the German Darts Grand Prix. The reigning world champion recorded a convincing 6-3 victory over Luke Woodhouse.

The world number one posted an average of 108.68, while Humphries also managed to throw out 140, 170 and 161 checkouts. His finishing percentage was 75 percent.

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“Luke is a fantastic player. I knew I had a tough task tonight,'' Humphries said afterwards. “My scoring was really good but my finishing was obviously unbelievable, and that’s what won me the game in the end."

''If I bring that game tomorrow, it’s going to take a big performance to beat me, but I need to carry on playing like that. It has been a long time since I’ve won a European Tour [title], so I’ve got my eyes set on winning another one tomorrow!”

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