Tournament Results
Friday June 30
First Round
Afternoon Session (1pm-5pm local time, 12pm-4pm BST)
Mark Walsh 6-2 Nathan Aspinall
James Richardson 6-2 Mark Webster
John Henderson 6-2 Ray Campbell
Krzysztof Ratajski 6-1 Mark Barilli
Steffen Siepmann 6-5 Jermaine Wattimena
Aden Kirk 6-5 Michael Plooy
Robbie Green 6-5 Martin Schindler
Dimitri Van den Bergh 6-0 Matt Clark

Evening Session (7pm-11pm local time, 6pm-10pm BST)
James Wade 6-1 Justin Pipe
Jerry Hendriks 6-4 Christian Bunse
Christian Kist 6-2 Zoran Lerchbacher
Peter Jacques 6-3 Kyle Anderson
Mervyn King 6-3 Kim Viljanen
Vincent van der Voort 6-2 Cristo Reyes
Robert Allenstein 6-3 Dragutin Horvat
Devon Petersen 6-5 Richard North

Saturday July 1
Second Round
Afternoon Session (1pm-5pm local time, 12pm-4pm BST)
Daryl Gurney 6-5 Jerry Hendriks
Gerwyn Price 6-4 Mark Walsh
Alan Norris 6-2 Aden Kirk
Joe Cullen 6-2 Krzysztof Ratajski
James Richardson 6-5 Benito van de Pas 
John Henderson 6-4 Kim Huybrechts 
Dimitri Van den Bergh 6-5 Simon Whitlock 
Stephen Bunting 6-4 Steffen Siepmann

Evening Session (7pm-11pm local time, 6pm-10pm BST)
Dave Chisnall 6-2 James Wade
Michael Smith 6-3 Peter Jacques
Mervyn King 6-2 Ian White
Mensur Suljovic 6-4 Christian Kist
Peter Wright 6-1 Robbie Green
Michael van Gerwen 6-0 Vincent van der Voort
Devon Petersen 6-4 Jelle Klaasen
Rob Cross 6-0 Robert Allenstein

Sunday July 2
Afternoon Session (1pm-5pm local time, 12pm-4pm BST)

Third Round
Mensur Suljovic Bye (Joe Cullen Withdrew)
John Henderson 6-5 Alan Norris
Dave Chisnall 6-3 James Richardson 
Peter Wright 6-3 Stephen Bunting
Gerwyn Price 6-3 Dimitri Van den Bergh 
Michael Smith 6-3 Daryl Gurney
Mervyn King 6-3 Devon Petersen 
Rob Cross 6-2 Michael van Gerwen

Evening Session (7pm-11pm local time, 6pm-10pm BST)
Mensur Suljovic 6-2 John Henderson
Peter Wright 6-1 Dave Chisnall
Michael Smith 6-4 Gerwyn Price 
Mervyn King 6-2 Rob Cross

Peter Wright 6-3 Mensur Suljovic 
Mervyn King 6-4 Michael Smith 

Peter Wright 6-2 Mervyn King

All games during the tournament are the best of 11 legs.

NB: From the original field of UK Qualifiers, Adrian Lewis withdrew for health reasons, and was replaced by a fifth Host Nation Qualifier.

UPDATE - SUNDAY MORNING: Joe Cullen withdrew from the tournament on Sunday morning to return to the UK after his father suffered a heart attack. As a result, his scheduled third round opponent, Mensur Suljovic, receives a Bye. The PDC sends its best wishes to Joe and his family.

Tournament Draw Bracket
Mensur Suljovic (3) v Zoran Lerchbacher/Christian Kist
Joe Cullen (14) v Krzysztof Ratajski/Mark Barilli
Kim Huybrechts (6) v John Henderson/Ray Campbell
Alan Norris (11) v Aden Kirk/Michael Plooy
Benito van de Pas (7) v James Richardson/Mark Webster
Dave Chisnall (10) v Justin Pipe/James Wade
Peter Wright (2) v Robbie Green/Martin Schindler
Stephen Bunting (15) v Steffen Siepmann/Jermaine Wattimena
Simon Whitlock (4) v Dimitri Van den Bergh/Matt Clark
Gerwyn Price (13) v Mark Walsh/Nathan Aspinall
Michael Smith (5) v Kyle Anderson/Peter Jacques
Daryl Gurney (12) v Jerry Hendriks/Christian Bunse
Jelle Klaasen (8) v Richard North/Devon Petersen
Ian White (9) v Mervyn King/Kim Viljanen
Michael van Gerwen (1) v Vincent van der Voort/Cristo Reyes
Rob Cross (16) v Robert Allenstein/Dragutin Horvat

PETER WRIGHT won his fourth European Tour title by defeating Mervyn King 6-2 in the final of the HappyBet European Darts Open on Sunday night in Leverkusen.

The world number three showed his class to scoop the £25,000 title once again and extend his outstanding 2017 with a ninth tournament victory of the year.

Having already claimed three European Tour titles in Germany, he thrilled the capacity crowd at Leverkusen's Ostermann Arena with another sublime showing as he denied King his first German victory since 2014.

Having seen off Robbie Green 6-1 in Saturday's second round, Wright then dropped just three legs to kick off Sunday's challenge, before overcoming top ten rival Dave Chisnall for the loss of only one leg in the quarter-finals.

He then averaged almost 100 in his semi-final win over Mensur Suljovic, coming from 3-1 down to reel off five straight legs for a 6-3 triumph.

The final saw Wright come up against his former Pairs partner and East Anglian rival King, who had become the first unseeded player to reach a European Tour final for almost 18 months with his run in Leverkusen.

Wright began in superb fashion by taking out 136 to break throw immediately with a 12-darter, and the pair traded 177 scores in leg two before double nine saw King level.

Wright, though, broke for a second time with a 13-darter to lead 2-1 before winning the next three legs - with the aid of another 13-dart finish - to move to the brink of victory.

King landed a 180 in a 13-darter to cut the gap to 5-2, but Wright was in no mood to allow his rival any further hope of a comeback, taking out 101 in clinical fashion to seal victory with a 103 average and six doubles from nine attempts.

Wright's win sees him move into second place in the all-time list of European Tour wins with five - behind Michael van Gerwen's 17 - as he continued a memorable year.

"Mervyn had beaten everyone in the other half and I had to play my best in the final, and luckily enough I played my best game of the weekend," said Wright.

"The crowd got me hyped up and really focused and my adrenaline was crazy, and the 136 in the first leg was a great start.

"Mervyn has worked really hard to come back to where he is now and he's had loads of semi-finals and finals in the floor tournaments this year, and he's coming back."

Wright added: "I learned from my mistakes and transferred that into wins, and it's paying off. I want to win everything and it's a great way to set myself up for the World Series events coming up in Shanghai and Las Vegas."

King, who won a European Tour event in Germany almost three years ago, had battled through the UK Qualifier to secure his place in Leverkusen, before seeing off Kim Viljanen, Ian White and Devon Petersen to reach the last eight.

Having earlier seen Rob Cross knock out World Champion Van Gerwen, King then ended the Hastings thrower's chances with a 6-2 quarter-final win before overcoming Michael Smith 6-4 in the last four.

Although he was out-gunned by Wright in the final, King collected £10,000 in prize money for a strong weekend's work as he reached his fifth European Tour decider.

"I've done really well and I'm very proud of what I've done after having to qualify for this event," said King. "I've failed at the last hurdle but what a hurdle to fail at.

"I've known Peter for 20 years and he played some fantastic darts all day. I couldn't answer that tonight and he was a worthy winner."

Cross produced another performance to enhance his growing reputation with an outstanding 6-2 third round victory over Van Gerwen in Sunday's afternoon session.

World number one Van Gerwen was also bidding - like Wright - to win a fourth European Tour event of the year, but saw Cross land three ton-plus checkouts as the pair both averaged over 102 in a fine game.

Scotland's John Henderson and Welsh ace Gerwyn Price joined Cross and Chisnall in the quarter-finals, while Suljovic's bid to claim a second European Tour title was ended in the last four by Wright.

May's Gibraltar Darts Trophy winner Smith - last week's Austrian Darts Open finalist - saw off Daryl Gurney and Price on Sunday as he continued his strong form.

The day had begun with Suljovic handed a third round Bye after Joe Cullen withdrew to return to the UK after his father suffered a heart attack, while Alan Norris, James Richardson, Dimitri Van den Bergh joined Bunting, Gurney, Petersen and Van Gerwen in losing out at the last 16 stage.

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