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Michael van Gerwen wins his sixth World Series of Darts championship with a nine-darter finish.

To the pleasure of his home fans in Amsterdam, Michael van Gerwen won his fifth World Series of Darts championship and produced the competition’s first nine-dart finish.

In the championship match, the Dutchman defeated Nathan Aspinall of England 11-4 to claim his fourth televised victory of the year.

Van Gerwen, a three-time PDC world champion, beat Luke Humphries 11-10 in the semifinals and enthralled the crowd with a nine-darter.

To advance to the final, Aspinall defeated fellow countryman Peter Wright 11-9.

The pressure of playing in front of the home audience was the biggest hurdle for me, but they have been absolutely fantastic this weekend, remarked Van Gerwen.

Even Luke Humphries praised the audience after our semi-final, so you have every reason to be pleased.

Van Gerwen was hailed by Aspinall as the greatest musician of his generation, and it was an honor to perform on stage with him.

I’m happy that he won in front of his home audience even though I lost because he deserves it.

Van Gerwen defeated Humphries in the second leg with a nine-darter, but he had to endure three match darts in the penultimate leg before taking the last leg by a 12-darter.

From 2015 to 2017 and once more in 2019, Van Gerwen won the first three World Series of Darts competitions.

Welshman Gerwyn Price, the champion from the previous year, fell to Keegan Brown 6-4 on Saturday.


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