Price confident after third Grand Slam of Darts triumph: “I know there's a lot more in the tank”

Gerwyn Price secured a third Grand Slam of Darts crown on the tournament’s return to Aldersley Leisure Village in a near mirror image of his victory against Peter Wright two years ago.

Price spoke afterwards and was ‘thrilled’ and full of confidence after regaining the Eric Bristow trophy.

"I'm thrilled to win this again," said Price, who averaged 103.90 in the final. "It's tough to win against the best players in the world, but it's a big pat on my back and I'm chuffed.

"Early on in the final I thought I put Peter under a lot of pressure. I carried on with my own game and I was clinical today.

"I blew him away in the middle part of the game. Towards the end, I'm not sure why the doubles weren't going in and then Peter hit the 155!

"I was way more consistent than him and put him under pressure on his throw. I'm playing well and I know there's a lot more in the tank."

"We've played here three times and I've won three times - I'm disappointed that we didn't play here last year!

"It's good playing in this venue, I've never lost this tournament here so hopefully that continues over the coming years."

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