Peter Wright, Melbourne Darts Masters, Michael Smith, Michael van Gerwen

Peter Wright Tour Insights: World Series Melbourne

Where has the time gone? Since Snakebite took the 2018 Melbourne Masters title and already the 2019 event is upon us.

The excitement surrounding the World Series of Darts has been building for several months and now the PDC’s finest face the daunting task of taking on the most difficult players down under.

Facing such unpredictable high class opposition has thrown up several shocks and bags of excitement with many top players being put to the sword, as Peter himself saw what home passion could do for Kyle Anderson’s game.

Peter Wright, playing his fifth consecutive World Series, knows better than most how to prepare for success in these unpredictable events and there is no better prepared player on tour. For this week’s World Series event Peter is keeping his setup the same as it was in Brisbane.

Flights – Hardcore Peter Wright – F6307

Shafts – Street Art Nylon Intermediate – C422

Darts – Peter Wright Snakebite Euro 11 Element: 20 gram

All the practice and preparation now comes down to execution, tune in this weekend to watch another exciting World Series of Darts.

The Melbourne Darts Masters will be broadcast live on Fox Sports across Australia and worldwide through the PDC’s international broadcast partners, as well as through PDCTV-HD for Rest of the World Subscribers (outside of the UK, Ireland & Netherlands).

Coverage in the UK will be on ITV4 from 1900 BST on each night.

Schedule of Play
Friday, August 16

Simon Whitlock v Mick Lacey
Raymond van Barneveld v Haupai Puha
Daryl Gurney v Kyle Anderson
Gary Anderson v James Bailey
Peter Wright v Corey Cadby
James Wade v Damon Heta
Michael van Gerwen v Tim Pusey
Rob Cross v Robbie King
Best of 11 legs

Saturday, August 17
Quarter-Finals
Semi-Finals
Final
All best of 15 legs