De Graaf stuns Greaves in Dutch Open Darts final: "What a great win, especially because it was against Beau"

Aileen de Graaf has won the Dutch Open Darts for the fourth time in her career. In the final of this WDF tournament, she defeated Beau Greaves 5-2 in legs.

De Graaf beamed afterwards. "What a great win, especially because it was against Beau. Usually I lose to her, but I was extra keen tonight to take the title here in front of my own crowd. It's my fourth title at the Dutch Open, but still it remains special," De Graaf told Darts Actueel.

Both ladies were in stitches at the vociferous crowd. "It made me laugh at times," says De Graaf. "But I need that energy and if others have problems with that, so be it."

Women's Series

De Graaf will also play the Women's Series in the PDC again this year. "Those tournaments I really enjoy playing, they are also just a few weekends. Keeping many more weekends free is difficult for me because I also have to take care of my children."

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