Greaves wins ladies' singles tournament at WDF World Cup

Beau Greaves crowned herself the winner of the singles tournament at the WDF World Cup in Esbjerg on Saturday afternoon. She won after an all-English final over Deta Hedman.

Last Tuesday, the women's singles tournament had started at the WDF World Cup. The event was then played through the quarter-finals. Greaves conceded only one leg in her five legs toward the final four and threw two 100+ averages.

The 19-year-old Englishwoman faced Noa-Lynn van Leuven in the semifinals on Saturday. The Dutchwoman was defeated 6-2, while Hedman narrowly won 6-5 over Kirsi Viinikainen in the other semifinal.

In the final Hedman took a 2-0 lead, but thanks to a 12-darter the damage was quickly made up by Greaves. The reigning women's world champion fell behind 3-4 moments later, but managed to turn this deficit into a 6-4 lead. After Hedman made it 5-6, Greaves finished it off with an 18-darter.

WDF World Cup

Ladies Singles

Last 16

Patricia de Peuter 4-2 Wendy Harper

Noa-Lynn van Leuven 4-1 Mayumi Ouchi

Mayu Aoki 4-0 Mila Martinez

Beau Greaves 4-0 Anna Forsmark

Deta Hedman 4-0 Anna Votavova

Anca Zijlstra 4-2 Paula Murphy

Katy Clarys 4-2 Aiofe McCormack

Kirsi Viinikainen 4-3 Susianne Hägvall


Noa-Lynn van Leuven 5-1 Patricia de Peuter

Beau Greaves 5-1 Mayu Aoki

Deta Hedman 5-4 Anca Zijlstra

Kirsi Viinikainen 5-3 Katy Clarys


Beau Greaves 6-2 Noa-Lynn van Leuven

Deta Hedman 6-5 Kirsi Viinikainen


Beau Greaves 7-5 Deta Hedman

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