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Nic Ladds 11th Oct 2009 - 20:45

World Grand Prix - draw and scores

The World Grand Prix is one of the most eagerly awaited tournaments on the PDC calendar due to its unique format - players require a double to both begin and end legs.

Ticket sales have soared in recent times, and records will be smashed this year as the event moves to the Citywest International Event & Convention Centre in Dublin - with the capacity doubled to accomodate over 3,000 fans.

Phil Taylor, as always, starts as the red-hot favourite to defend the title he won 12 months ago, and few would bet against him doing just that.

Running from 5-11 October, you can be sure the atmosphere will be rocking, the arrers will be flying and the Guinness will be flowing. Follow your favourite player using the draw below.

 

 

World Grand Prix - draw and scores
Round one (best of 3 sets) Round two (best of 5 sets) Quarter-finals (best of 7 sets)
2 Phil Taylor [1]
0 Brendan Dolan 3 Phil Taylor [1]
2 Wayne Jones 0 Wayne Jones
1 Paul Nicholson 4 Phil Taylor [1]
2 Adrian Lewis [8] 0 Adrian Lewis [8]
0 Robert Thornton 3 Adrian Lewis [8]
0 John MaGowan 2 Gary Anderson
2 Gary Anderson
2 Terry Jenkins [5]
0 Wayne Mardle 3 Terry Jenkins [5]
1 Denis Ovens 1 Mark Dudbridge
2 Mark Dudbridge 4 Terry Jenkins [5]
0 John Part [4] 0 Andy Smith
2 Colin Lloyd 2 Colin Lloyd
2 Andy Smith 3 Andy Smith
1 Vincent van der Voort
1 James Wade [2]
2 Dennis Priestley 1 Dennis Priestley
2 Kevin Painter 3 Kevin Painter
0 Michael van Gerwen 1 Kevin Painter
2 Mervyn King [7] 4 Andy Hamilton
0 Colin Osborne 0 Mervyn King [7]
2 Andy Hamilton 3 Andy Hamilton
1 Mark Walsh
0 Ronnie Baxter [6]
2 Steve Beaton 2 Steve Beaton
2 Jacko Barry 3 Jacko Barry
0 Mick McGowan 0 Jacko Barry
2 Raymond van Barneveld [3] 4 Raymond van Barneveld [3]
1 Alan Tabern 3 Raymond van Barneveld [3]
2 Wes Newton 2 Wes Newton
0 Jamie Caven
Semi-final one (best of 9 sets) The final (best of 11 sets) Semi-final two (best of 9 sets)
5 Phil Taylor [1] 2 Andy Hamilton
2 Terry Jenkins [5] 5 Raymond van Barneveld [3]
6 Phil Taylor [1]
2 Raymond van Barneveld [3]
 

Comments

Craig [WH] 16th Oct 2009 - 9:42

Interesting istemi. Obviously, that is your opinion and not that of William Hill.

istemi 16th Oct 2009 - 0:14

I believe, James Wade fixed his lost to Priestley...

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