Dimitri van den Bergh is making his World Series debut today as part of the German Darts Masters and the Dreammaker has admitted he’s really excited ahead of it.
Van den Bergh went on to say that despite the crowd size he believes he is made for the big stage so is looking forward to it.
He will face Martin Schindler with the Wall having the fair amount of crowd support but the Belgian ace admits he is just going to play his own game.
“I’m really excited to be playing in a huge football stadium,” said Van den Bergh, who was a quarter-finalist in the 2017 World Series of Darts Finals.
“When you are a young dart player you dream of playing in events like this and now this dream is going to come true for me.
“It’s going to be amazing playing in front of such a huge crowd but I feel like I am made to play on the big stage, whether it’s 20,000 people or half a million people!
“This will be a new experience for me because I’m used to being the crowd favourite.
“Martin will have his German fans behind him but that won’t affect me, I will focus on my own game.”
Author: Samuel Gill