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Article: The Iceman’s Form Hots up for Season Finale

The Iceman’s Form Hots up for Season Finale

With the PDC European Championship Finals approaching this weekend, Gerwyn Price comes into the tournament at a career high 5th on the Order of Merit. Price has had a hugely successful year and his recent performances see him entering the business end of the 2019 season on red-hot form. It was last November that the Welshman picked up his first televised PDC major tournament and since then he’s added another three ProTour titles to his collection and retained the International Darts Open this year. The Welshman narrowly lost out 11-10 Michael van Gerwen at the Champion League of Darts and pushed the World no.1 to the height of his powers in arguably the best match of the tournament. “I feel really good at the moment” said Price “I know that if I play my game on the stage I can beat anyone, that match with Michael last Sunday was proof of that” “There’s still a few extra percent that I can squeeze out of my performances and maybe that’s what I need to get another major this year, who knows?” Gezzy’s game has continued to soar as he’s found the secret to success, but he’s also found the perfect formula off the oche. “I’ve got plenty going on outside of darts these days, which keeps me in a good place mentally and probably has helped my game come on that extra bit in the last 12 months” “I go from playing the Tour on the weekend straight into spend some time with my family but I’ve also got the greyhounds or working on some of the properties that I rent out “Getting that time away from darts is just as important to the hard practice, and I’m enjoying that time more than ever “This period at the end of the year is packed with some huge tournaments and I’m confident that I can keep growing my game” First up for Price at the European Championship is Ted Evetts in Friday’s afternoon session at the Lokhalle Gottingen, Germany. Broadcast live on ITV4, the £500,000 event is a culmination of the year's 13 European Tour events and takes place over 24th-27th October. 2019 Unibet European Championship Thursday October 24 Evening Session (1900 local time, 1800 BST) First Round x8 Joe Cullen v Mervyn King Dave Chisnall v Dimitri Van den Bergh Glen Durrant v Ricky Evans Adrian Lewis v Simon Whitlock Rob Cross v Darren Webster James Wade v Jonny Clayton Michael van Gerwen v Ross Smith Daryl Gurney v William O'Connor

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