PDC Order of Merit changes following 2023 European Darts Open (ET2)

Josh Rock

Josh Rock continued his charge towards the top 32 on the PDC Order of Merit at the 2023 Interwetten European Darts Open last weekend.

Rock's run to a fourth European Tour quarter-final within the last 12 months pocketed the Northern Irishman £6,000, which sees him move up two places to 33rd on the PDC Order of Merit.

Despite exiting at the second round stage, Krzysztof Ratajski leapfrogs Gabriel Clemens, who lost his first round game, into 19th.

Emerging German talent Ricardo Pietreczko's run to a maiden European Tour quarter-final sees him continue his rise up the rankings to 72nd.

Ryan Meikle, Luke Woodhouse and Bradley Brooks all improved their Order of Merit positions in Leverkusen.

The PDC Order of Merit comprises prize money won over a two-year period by players in PDC ranking events - click here to view the full PDC Order of Merit.

The PDC Order of Merit will next be open to change this weekend, as Players Championships Seven and Eight take place in Hildesheim, Germany on Sunday and Monday respectively - watch live on PDCTV.

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