Gerwyn Price doubled his 2022 title tally with victory at Players Championship 7 in Niedernhausen, Germany on Saturday.

Price defeated Madars Razma 8-4 in the final to claim his 25th PDC title and move closer to reclaiming the world number one spot.

The Welshman fought off a mini-fightback from Razma, having led 7-1, before getting over the line with his sixth match dart.

His semi-final victory over Rob Cross was less routine, as Cross spurned 12 match darts to allow Price to come back from 6-2 down to triumph 7-6.

"I got lucky in the semis but you need a bit of lucky to win any tournament," said Price, who produced four ton-plus averages across the day.

"Rob missed loads of chances and I took advantage, but I've been on the other side of that plenty of times so I'll take it.

"Most of the day I played alright. My hand is still not 100 per cent right but if I can still win ProTours that's not too bad.

"Playing in ProTours will stand me in good stead for the rest of the Premier League, they give me the match practice I've been missing due to my hand injury."

Price's day began with a win over Connor Scutt, before coming through a last-leg decider against Ted Evetts.

The former World Champion then saw off Dutch duo Geert Nentjes and Dirk van Duijvenbode to reach the semi-finals.

Meanwhile, Razma landed a 160 checkout to seal his semi-final victory over Kevin Doets to reach his third PDC final.

The event also saw two nine-dart finishes hit courtesy of Raymond van Barneveld and Jose de Sousa, both in round three against Adam Hunt and Keane Barry respectively.