2002 World Grand Prix (darts)

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This was the fifth edition of the World Grand Prix. Paddy Power became the first sponsor in the competitions history. This year saw a reduction in the number of sets in the Quarter-final, Semi-final and Final. Defending champion Alan Warriner lost in the first round 2-1 to Richie Buckle. Phil Taylor became the champion for the fourth time in in five years when he defeated John Part 7-3.

Results[edit]

First round Second round Quarter-finals Semi-finals
Best of 3 sets Best of 3 sets Best of 7 sets[1] Best of 11 sets
                           
           
 England Phil Taylor  2
 England Keith Deller  0  
 England Phil Taylor  2
   Republic of Ireland Jack McKenna  0  
 England Cliff Lazarenko  1
 Republic of Ireland Jack McKenna  2  
 England Phil Taylor 94.08  4
   England Mark Holden 75.72  0  
 England Peter Manley  0
 England Mark Holden  2  
 England Mark Holden  2
   England Rod Harrington  0  
 Northern Ireland Paul Dillon  0
 England Rod Harrington  2  
 England Phil Taylor94.26  6
   England Peter Evison 77.16  0
 England Denis Ovens  1
 England Dave Smith  2  
 England Dave Smith  0
   England Peter Evison  2  
 England Peter Evison  2
 England Les Fitton  0  
 England Peter Evison 77.82  4
   England Ronnie Baxter 82.53  2  
 England Ronnie Baxter  2
 Wales Richie Burnett  0  
 England Ronnie Baxter  2
   England Kevin Painter  0  
 England Dennis Priestley  0
 England Kevin Painter  2  
           
 Canada John Part  2
 England Steve Beaton  0  
 Canada John Part  2
   England Chris Mason  0  
 England John Lowe  1
 England Chris Mason  2  
 Canada John Part 87.66  4
   England Dennis Smith 71.88  1  
 England Colin Lloyd  2
 Scotland Jamie Harvey  0  
 England Colin Lloyd  0
   England Dennis Smith  2  
 England Dennis Smith  2
 England Wayne Jones  0  
 Canada John Part 84.96  6
   England Andy Jenkins 76.23  1
 Netherlands Roland Scholten  2
 England Dave Askew  0  
 Netherlands Roland Scholten  2
   England Alex Roy  1  
 England Mark Robinson  1
 England Alex Roy  2  
 Netherlands Roland Scholten 75.96  0
   England Andy Jenkins 76.23  4  
 England Alan Warriner  1
 England Richie Buckle  2  
 England Richie Buckle  0
   England Andy Jenkins  2  
 Scotland Hugh Allison  0
 England Andy Jenkins  2  
Final (Best of 13 sets) Sunday October 27th
100.17 Phil Taylor England 7-3 Canada John Part 88.62
Highest Checkout: Highest Checkout:
England Phil Taylor wins the 2002 World Grand Prix

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