James Wade has withdrawn from Dutch Darts Masters in Zwolle which is currently in it’s first round stage, likely due to his participation in Premier League finals night at the O2 last night.
Wade withdrawing late means that Glen Durrant who was due to face ‘The Machine’ in the second round tomorrow will now receive a bye through to the Last 16.
This will be welcome news to ‘Duzza’ who is in good form having won a second PDC title last weekend and will now set his sights on a first European Tour title to add to the collection.
You can keep up with all the latest scores from this weekend’s Dutch Darts Masters (May 24-26), right here on dartsnews.com. Click here to go to the livescores.
Durrant moved through his first round test earlier on today against Alexander Merkx and as a result will be especially pleased to have moved through unscathed. Similar happened last time out with Ryan Searle benefitting from Wade’s late withdrawal.
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Tags: Dutch Darts Masters 2019, Glen Durrant, James Wade
James Wade has withdrawn from the Dutch Darts Masters, meaning Glen Durrant receives a bye to the Last 16.
— PDC Darts (@OfficialPDC) May 24, 2019
Author: Samuel Gill