Krzysztof Ratajski claimed his sixth PDC ranking title this past weekend at the Gibraltar Darts Trophy and for ‘The Polish Eagle’ he summarises it as his best win in his career.

Ratajski spoke about his World Masters triumph and admitted that it pales in comparison due to the difficulty of the players involved.

“I think it is the biggest win in my career,” said Ratajski. “Here there is so many great players.

“When I won the World Masters, also it was very difficult but I think here was much more difficult. I played perfect in the semi-final and final, it was an incredible level for me.”

World Grand Prix test against Durrant

He also gave his thoughts on the upcoming World Grand Prix and that his first match against Glen Durrant will be tough. Finally he spoke about potentially becoming World Champion and admitted that it is still his dream and that maybe it will come true now.

“I don’t know how high I can go in this tournament,” said Ratajski. “I will [do] everything to go to the top, of course, to the win, but the first match is very difficult with Glen.

“[He’s a] super player and I [will] do what I can to beat him.”

“I still believe,” he added. “For 20 years I still believe that I’m able to be a World Champion. It is still my dream and maybe [it will] come true soon.”

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Author: Samuel Gill