The Machine Gun, who was beaten by Humphries in a second-round epic 12 months ago, was denied that landmark moment by Michael Smith in a Players Championship final during the Winter Series having edged out Humphries earlier in the day, while he also lost a quarter-final to Peter Wright 48 hours later. His seasonal average of Sure he hasn't played as many of those matches as the bigger names but that's largely because he's unluckily come up against opponents who have played out of their skin.
Krzysztof Ratajski knocked him out of the World Matchplay with a average and Humphries beat him at the recent Players Championship Finals in a match where they both produced s! Surely he's due an easier ride when his best will be enough. Interestingly the aforementioned Carl Fletcher is also going for Wattimena as the value pick to win this quarter and I can promise you we wrote our previews without any knowledge of who the other was going for!
Anyone who reads my previews regularly could be forgiven for thinking Michael Smith is my 'cliff horse'. I've backed him on numerous occasions - including this season - to finally win a major but there's always something missing just when it looks like his wait is about to end. Usually it's been his finishing that lets him down, starting with those three missed title darts in the deciding leg of the Masters final against Peter Wright. The five-time major runner-up, who lost the finals of the Premier League , World Series of Darts Finals , World Championship and World Matchplay , also endured double troubles in an gut-wrenching defeat to Gary Anderson in the World Matchplay semi-finals while he spurned 33 of his 47 attempts in his Grand Slam of Darts quarter-finals loss to Jose De Sousa.
He'd done brilliantly to battle back from down to lead but ultimately he ran out of steam. Bully Boy did at least win back-to-back floor titles during the Winter Series to end a farcical two-year title drought for a player of his standard and you could see how much it meant to him as he sought a new lease of life and confidence. I'm going to follow him towards the cliff edge one last time for the season but this time I'm hoping he'll grow those wings and soar to new heights that his career richly deserves.
I'm not dismissing his potential opponents out of hand - Devon Petersen has enjoyed a breakthrough season that could so easily have been even better had he reached the European Championship final, while Anderson could be a thorn in his side again if he fully recovers from his latest injury woes. Mensur Suljovic is obviously a very capable operator but we haven't seen much of him in recent weeks due to personal reasons and family bereavements and while he's statistically played well at times this year, he hasn't had a big run at a major since In the bottom section there's Smith's World Cup partner Rob Cross, who Smith beat at the Grand Slam, but Voltage could become a cropper to World Grand Prix runner-up Dirk Van Duijvenbode in a really tough second-round fixture while it's very hard to predict whether Glen Durrant has recovered enough from his Covid illness to be firing on all cylinders, especially given the longer format.
That leaves us with rising star Damon Heta, who I recently backed to win his quarter at the Players Championship Finals only to watch in horror as he blew a lead in a defeat to eventual runner-up Mervyn King in the last eight! Brushing that disappointment aside, his encouraging run was yet another step in the right direction for the Australian, who also reached the quarter-finals of the Grand Slam of Darts on debut before losing to James Wade with an average of Those impressive runs have helped him climb rapidly up the Order of Merit to 56, which is incredible when you think he only earned his PDC Tour Card in January, while he also won his maiden ranking title during the Autumn Series and almost made that two when losing to Gerwyn Price in a winter final.
Across the five days of the Winter Series, he won 16 of his 21 matches and averaged over on nine occasions - three of them in defeat. After fulfilling his lifelong dream to win the world title before the age of 50 with just a few months to spare, it looked as though Peter Wright was about to embark on an era of dominance when following up his Ally Pally heroics with another TV title at the Masters.
He'd also spoken about how much he was relishing the prospect of being announced as the world champion during his walk-ons in front of thousands of fans at events around the world, but those highs were short-lived as the season - and indeed the world - came to an abrupt halt.
It was perhaps fitting, therefore, that the only major Snakebite added to his collection since the sport resumed in July was the only one that had a crowd at all - the European Championship. He was pretty much unplayable that weekend in Oberhausen - averaging over in all his five of his games, including victories over Gerwyn Price and James Wade, and firing in 32 s overall - and if he can reproduce those levels in front of another crowd then it'll take a monumental effort to beat him.
Wright, who won four floor titles this year, may not have reached the final of the other majors, but his overall average for the season across all events is higher than anyone else this season while his s per leg ratio of 0. However, he has produced some weirdly poor performances on the stage such as during the first round of the World Grand Prix So while it would be no surprise whatsoever to see him waltz through this section of the draw, I'd be nervous about those off-days rearing their ugly heads against such dangerous opposition.
As mentioned earlier in the article, Simon Whitlock achieving a major three-peat over MVG since the restart was nothing short of staggering - albeit deserved - and he is probably the only player in the field with genuine title ambitions that hasn't reached any final this season. Two semi-final defeats - particularly to Dirk van Duijvenbode in the World Grand Prix - will hurt but overall it's been a season of defiance and a reminder to everyone just how formidable he can be on his day.
As highly as I rate Krzysztof Ratajski having backed him in a couple of majors this season, the Polish Eagle has seemingly gone off the boil a little and will be vulnerable to Ryan Joyce in round two - let alone Whitlock in the third - and the same could be said about Gabriel Clemens. The surprise package in this upper section could be rising star Nico Kurz, who beat Clemens on his way to German Superleague glory earlier in the season and that sealed his Ally Pally return 12 months on from beating James Wilson and Joe Cullen on debut before bowing out to Luke Humphries in a cracker despite averaging a superior He started the year with some impressive results on the Development Tour before lockdown and showed us a brief glimpse of his rich potential in the two European Tour events he qualified for in September and October.
In the first, he defied Jason Lowe's average to win before defeat to James Wade with a 94 average, while Glen Durrant's ruthless finishing was too much in the second. Although Wade has reached two TV finals recently and remains a top eight player, he's still susceptible to producing very beatable performances, so it makes sense to look for value elsewhere. White's record at the Ally Pally is a concern but you can't say he struggles to reach quarter-finals of majors having played in 10 of them down the years - albeit winning just one of them - and he has won a title this year.
Huybrechts will be a tricky opener for him and then it's going to be one of De Zwaan and Searle - a fascinating match that's very tough to call. The latter won his maiden PDC title before lockdown and while he hasn't ventured far on TV this year, he did beat Dimitri Van den Bergh with a average in the first round of the Players Championship Finals at the end of November before losing a high-quality affair with Callan Rydz. Statistically he's inside the world's top 16 on averages for all ranking tournaments with 95 and can't be underestimated.
However, De Zwaan just about gets my vote given his knack of delivering high-octane displays on the big stage, even if his floor form has been patchy to say the least this season. The Dutchman gave Wright a real scare in a breathless fourth-round encounter 12 months ago, eventually going down after previously taking the scalp of Dave Chisnall by the same scoreline with a stunning average of Realistically he'll probably need Snakebite to lose earlier than the best of nine set quarters - like he so nearly did against Noel Malicdem last year and as he did against Toni Alcinas 12 months earlier - if he's reach the last four, but if it's anyone else, he can turn them over.
Last, but certainly not least, we have a quarter that looks to be a three-horse race between Gerwyn Price, Nathan Aspinall and Jose De Sousa. World number three Price banished his Ally Pally hoodoo last year when reaching the semi-finals, only for his campaign to turn sour in a heated defeat to Wright in which he never got going at all. Since then he's turned into arguably the best player in the world having won more titles than anyone else with eight, including three televised events since darts resumed in July.
You could say he lacked his usual spark when losing to Nathan Aspinall in the Grand Slam second round and in the last four of the Players Championship Finals as he averaged 90 and 95 respectively, but a few weeks' rest and he could be absolutely phenomenal again. He should make relatively light work of his opening two games before a potentially mouthwatering clash with counting maverick and scoring machine Jose De Sousa, whose seasonal average of The Grand Slam of Darts champion's story has resonated with the darting public having given up his a job as a carpenter last year to become a "rising star" of the sport at the age of De Sousa's run in Coventry wasn't much of a surprise given the way he's taken the PDC by storm and soared up the rankings since earning his Tour Card at the start of , while he'd won his first European Tour event just a month earlier thanks to a final win over Michael van Gerwen.
It was, however, his first and only big run on TV to date and now with that confidence in the bank, he'll not be short of backers as he looks to win his first match at the fourth attempt on the Ally Pally stage. Indeed, he's come a long way since that infamously shocking match against Michael Barnard two years ago! However, Ross Smith has been playing very well on the circuit in recent months and will present a stern examination should he get past Challenge Tour winner David Evans, who has also caught the eye this year for his performances in online leagues.
Whoever wins that prospective match between Price and De Sousa could be mentally shot, and a true set-play fighter like Nathan Aspinall could well take advantage if he comes through the bottom section of this quarter.
The UK Open champion is flying under the radar somewhat despite reaching the final of the Premier League, where he was bitterly disappointed to be out-scrapped by Glen Durrant having earlier disposed of Wright, but there are still plenty of other reasons to gloss over his lack of titles since the season restart. He battled past defending champion Price to reach the Grand Slam of Darts quarter-finals and then came agonisingly close to pipping Dimitri Van den Bergh, only to lose when waiting to come back for 36 in a deciding leg.
At the recent Players Championship, he lost in the second round to Ross Smith despite averaging almost in a performance that was let down by uncharacteristically missing 10 of his 13 darts at doubles. Most importantly he loves the set play of the World Championship having reached back-to-back semi-finals and he won't fear anyone in this section of the draw.
Boris Krcmar proved how dangerous he could be in a shorter format with that average against Michael Smith at the Players but he'd have to come through Ron Meulenkamp and Vincent van der Voort first while after that it's hard to predict a fourth-round opponent. Daryl Gurney, a quarter-finalist, is badly out of form but loves a scrap and will relish the prospect of proving the doubters wrong after a much-needed rest, and if he does come through this 'softer' section, he might be the animal of old by the time the quarter-finals come round.
Chris Dobey can't be overlooked despite a disappointing season because he has twice reached the fourth round over the last two years and has a high ceiling of performance while William O'Connor reached a Players Championship semi-final last month at the Winter Series - beating Wade, Clayton and Searle along the way before losing to Price - and also lost to eventual champion Wade at the European Championship quarter-finals.
Canadian star Jeff Smith is a player who can cause damage but try picking the winner from his first-round clash with future prospect Keane Barry, who continues to earn rave reviews at the age of 18 especially after averaging 94 across his 13 matches at the Winter Series. But whoever it is, Aspinall should prove too much before going into battle with Price or De Sousa. From there I'm going to stick with Smith as I have done for the most of the season and then stump for Aspinall to make it an all-English final and a guarantee of a first-time champion.
The 'winner' of this market in the last five stagings of the World Championship have all reached the final and I'm sure that trend continues even further back. In , runner-up Adrian Lewis fired in 60 compared to champion Gary Anderson's 51 while the Flying Scotsman broke the tournament record with 71 the following year despite losing the final to Michael van Gerwen, who managed the second highest with The champion Rob Cross managed 66 which was 16 more than surprise semi-finalist Jamie Lewis although the tournament runner-up Phil Taylor was fourth behind MVG with 'just' Michael Smith topped the charts with 64 in the edition - 13 clear of his semi-final victim Anderson and a further five ahead of champion MVG - while Peter Wright romped home with 68 last year.
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