Mardle believes Price can continue to dominate after Grand Slam win: "There's still a lot of darts to be played in his career"

Gerwyn Price sealed the Grand Slam of Darts title on Sunday evening with victory over Peter Wright and Wayne Mardle believes he can continue to dominate the world of darts after this latest triumph.

"He kind of summed it up perfectly when he said I've been clinical today and that's why he's holding the Eric Bristow trophy yet again. There's times in peoples' careers when you thinking they've reached their pinnacle, they've reached the moment of it won't get better than this and I actually felt that in 2018 with him that you're good, you're really good but this is something special," said Mardle on Sky Sports.

"Maybe in the next couple of years Michael (van Gerwen) will be back up there or someone else but he's still a young man. He's not even in his 40's, there's still a lot of darts to be played in his career."

He also spoke about Peter Wright being gracious in defeat and how he will be aiming to write those wrongs.

"You find that these champions are good losers because they understand that winning is so difficult but when they win, they get the euphoria but when they lose, I'll be nice today but I'll be on the practice board tomorrow to make sure this doesn't happen again."

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