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Monday, January 4, 2021

No words to describe, Price won maiden 2021 World Darts Championship

Gerwyn Price defeat Gary Anderson 7-3 to won the first William Hill World Darts Championship title 2021.

Gerwyn Price won the first ever William Hill World Darts Championship and became the new world No.1 in Darts ranking after defeating Gary Anderson with an electrifying display in Sunday's final at London's Alexandra Palace.  

Price succeeded 7-3 superb final scores with a spectacular display over two-time winner Anderson to lift the Sid Waddell Cup, claim the £500,000 winning check and becoming the first ever Welsh PDC World Champion.

Price has also won the eight PDC titles in 2020.

Gerwyn Price, defeats, Gary Anderson, final scores, won title, William Hill, World Darts, Championship, 2021.

 The victory also saw Price replacing Michael van Gerwen at the top of the PDC Merit Order, putting an end to the seven-year reign of the Dutchman as world number one.

 The damage was done early in the final as the Welsh star took five of the first six sets due to some impenetrable closing, leaving Anderson unable to rebound despite Price's squandering many chances of locking up the win before eventually winning glory.

William Hill World Darts Championship 2021 Final Scores. 

Sunday January 3

Gerwyn Price   7 - 3   Gary Anderson 

Set Scores: 3-2, 1-3, 3-1, 3-1, 3-1, 3-0, 2-3, 3-2, 2-3, 3-2

2021 PDC World Darts Championship: Full breakdown of Prize money, purse, winners share. 

Position (num. of players) :  Prize Money

(Total Fun/purse: £2,500,000)

Winner (1) £500,000

Runner-up (1) £200,000

Semi-finalists (2) £100,000

Quarter-finalists (4) £50,000

Fourth round losers (8) £35,000

Third round losers (16) £25,000

Second round losers (32) £15,000

First round losers (32) £7,500

World Darts Champions Gerwyn Price quotes, what he said after winning the First major Dart title.

 This means everything to me. It means the world," said Price, who averaged 100.08 in the superb success. 

"I bombed numerous opportunities to win it towards the end but I knew that I had put myself in such a good position that I would have another chance. Gary missed to give it me and I'm glad I took it. 

"I've never felt pressure like that in my life. It was so tough to hit that winning double but the feeling after doing it is so difficult to explain. I'm the World Champion; it's unbelievable. 

"I'm proud to be world number one too. It's probably even tougher to achieve that than it is to become World Champion. To manage both is incredible for me."

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