Gerwyn Price is through to his second consecutive Grand Slam of Darts semi-final after defeating Gary Anderson in a repeat of last year’s final.
The Welshman punished Anderson for missing a lot of doubles. The Scotsman went 0/9 doubles in the first session as Price took a quick 5-0 lead.
Anderson hit his first double in the sixth leg, but missed four darts to reduce the deficit to 5-2. Price hit double 10 for 6-1 and produced back-to-back 14-dart legs to extend his lead to 8-2.
In the third session Anderson finally managed to find the doubles as he finished three legs within 15 darts to come back to 9-6. However Price regained the momentum after the third interval, winning four of the next five legs to lead 13-7.
Anderson then reduced the deficit to 14-9 before The Iceman finished off the match in style with a superb 109 checkout and a 14-dart leg. The defending champion will meet either Michael van Gerwen or Adrian Lewis in the semi-finals.
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Grand Slam of Darts 2019 schedule
Gerwyn Price 16-9 Gary Anderson
Michael van Gerwen vs Adrian Lewis
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PRICE IS THROUGH!
It was comfortable in the end for Gerwyn Price who hits seven 180s on his way to a 16-9 victory over Gary Anderson!
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