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Article: Wright "Ready" to Get Back to Winning Ways

Wright "Ready" to Get Back to Winning Ways

Pumped-up Peter Wright admits he’s “ready” to get back on the winning trail in the World Series of Darts. Snakebite is surprisingly yet to win a title in 2018 after two outstanding two years in succession taking him up to World No2 status. But the Scot, who lines up in the World Cup in 10 days time with Gary Anderson, is fired-up to get his hands on silverware and defend his German Darts Masters in front of a record 20,000 crowd. Wright will face Germany’s Dragutin Horvat on Friday in a rematch of their first round clash in last year’s tournament, which saw him edge a 6-5 thriller. He said: “I’ll be ready for this one and it should be fantastic. Dragutin had darts to beat me but I got through it and went all the way, which I will be hoping to do again. “I can't wait to get back to Germany, I’m really excited for it. The crowds are always behind me anyway but to think there will be 20,000 this week is phenomenal.” Wright, 48, has suffered a disappointing Premier League but still believes he’s on the right road to future glory - starting with the World Series and then Betway World Cup. He added: “I haven’t got a clue what’s gone wrong this year in the Premier League. Obviously I had the gallstones stuff before Christmas, losing weight and now I’m putting it back on and all stuff like that maybe. I haven’t got a clue. “I’m really happy with these darts now. If I hadn’t had belly troubles before the match in Aberdeen I might have scraped a win. “But watch this space. I know I’m only going upwards, I know what I’m doing and it’s all good.” Gary Anderson has drawn Gabriel Clemens who he beat in the Players Championship final in Milton Keynes on Saturday. Anderson yesterday launched a bid to find his son Tai’s teddy bear. It was left at the DoubleTree by Hilton in MK at the weekend. He tweeted: “Let’s try & find Tai’s favourite toy Bob left at DoubleTree MK in the room but they haven’t got it. He's had it since birth & we would like to try and get it back to him.” By Phil Lanning (@lannomedia)

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