Gerwyn Price’s two-year reign as International Darts Open champion came to an end on Saturday (October 24).
Price, 35, was knocked out of the competition by England’s Ross Smith, who fought back from 4-0 down to earn a 6-5 second round victory.
The competition was held in Riesa, Germany, and was eventually won by Joe Cullen, who beat world number one Michael van Gerwen in the final on Sunday evening (October 25).
World number two Price, who hails from Markham, returns to action on Thursday evening (October 29), taking on Belgium’s Kim Huybrechts in the 2020 European Championship in Oberhausen, Germany.
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