Taylor vows to bounce back after World Seniors disappointment: "I've embarrassed myself, If I don't put it right I'll retire fully"

Phil Taylor continue his rivalry with Kevin Painter during the World Seniors Darts Championship but he was dumped out with relative ease by Kevin Painter.

Taylor spoke of his embarrassment post match and said that he is looking to put it right and if he can't, he won't come back.

"I'm not the player I was, I'm still 16-time World Champion but to be honest, I've got the right hump because I've embarrassed myself in front of people who have paid good money to see me and the only thing I can promise is you will not see me play like that again," said Taylor to Online Darts.

"It was the first time that I was on stage and I was sweating, I was red hot. I was throwing some lovely darts and then getting big ones after that. I'm not doing that again. If I don't put it right, I'll retire fully."

"I've got a few months now so I'll be ready for that one. Whoever supports me, whoever gambles on me, I'll be ready."

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