2002 PDC World Darts Championship

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Skol World Darts Championship
Tournament information
Dates 28 December 2001 – 5 January 2002
Venue Circus Tavern
Location Purfleet, Essex
Country England, United Kingdom
Organisation(s) PDC
Format Sets
Final – best of 13
Prize fund £200,000
Winners share £50,000
High checkout 167 England Phil Taylor
Champion(s)
England Phil Taylor
«2001 2003»

The 2002 Skol World Darts Championship was the ninth World Championship organised by the Professional Darts Corporation (PDC) since it separated from the British Darts Organisation (BDO). It was held between 28 December 2001 and 5 January 2002 at the Circus Tavern, Purfleet, Essex.

Phil Taylor continued his domination of the tournament by winning it for the eighth consecutive year, losing only two sets in the process and achieving a second consecutive 7-0 whitewash in the final against Peter Manley. This was his tenth World title in all.

Following the tournament, Skol brought to an end their five-year tenure as title sponsors.

Seeds[edit]

[1]

Prize money[edit]

[1]

  • Winner: £50,000
  • Runner-up: £25,000
  • Semi-finalists: £12,500
  • Quarter-finalists: £7,000
  • 2nd Round: £4,000
  • 1st Round: £2,500
  • Nine-dart finish: £100,000 (not won)

Results[edit]

[1][2]

First Round (best of 7 sets) Second Round (best of 11 sets) Quarter-Finals (best of 11 sets) Semi-Finals (best of 11 sets) Final (best of 13 sets)
                             
1 England Alan Warriner (80.79) 4
England Reg Harding (82.71) 2
1 England Alan Warriner (85.14) 4
England Colin Lloyd (88.62) 6
16 England Alex Roy (90.3) 2
England Colin Lloyd (91.38) 4
England Colin Lloyd (91.26) 6
8 Wales Richie Burnett (91.11) 4
9 England Denis Ovens (88.44) 4
England Andy Jenkins (83.49) 3
9 England Denis Ovens (89.34) 4
8 Wales Richie Burnett (90.28) 6
8 Wales Richie Burnett (94.38) 4
England Peter Evison (81.24) 1
England Colin Lloyd (88.83) 4
4 England Peter Manley (89.79) 6
5 England Dennis Smith (86.49) 4
Singapore Paul Lim (78.39) 0
5 England Dennis Smith (91.35) 1
12 England Ronnie Baxter (92.82) 6
12 England Ronnie Baxter (99.39) 4
England Kevin Painter (89.91) 2
12 England Ronnie Baxter (90.9) 2
4 England Peter Manley (92.22) 6
4 England Peter Manley (90.33) 4
United States Steve Brown (80.97) 1
4 England Peter Manley (89.22) 6
13 England John Lowe (86.88) 5
13 England John Lowe (80.79) 4
England Les Fitton (83.28) 1
4 England Peter Manley (91.35) 0
2 England Phil Taylor (98.47) 7
2 England Phil Taylor (98.28) 4
England Paul Williams (88.05) 1
2 England Phil Taylor (111.21) 6
England Shayne Burgess (90.54) 1
15 Scotland Jamie Harvey (89.07) 3
England Shayne Burgess (85.11) 4
2 England Phil Taylor (100.23) 6
7 Canada John Part (92.91) 0
7 Canada John Part (93.51) 4
England Mick Manning (85.62) 2
7 Canada John Part (98.67) 6
10 England Steve Beaton (95.85) 0
10 England Steve Beaton (85.23) 4
England Bob Anderson (85.56) 3
2 England Phil Taylor (99.96) 6
11 England Dave Askew (87.54) 0
6 Netherlands Roland Scholten (89.49) 4
England Cliff Lazarenko (88.02) 1
6 Netherlands Roland Scholten (89.67) 3
11 England Dave Askew (87.69) 6
11 England Dave Askew (88.53) 4
England Chris Mason (88.08) 3
11 England Dave Askew (87.93) 6
14 England Dennis Priestley (91.26) 2
3 England Rod Harrington (82.71) 4
England Keith Deller (81.51) 3
3 England Rod Harrington (79.5) 3
14 England Dennis Priestley (80.85) 6
14 England Dennis Priestley (83.64) 4
England Matt Chapman (83.94) 1

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Flag reference + prize money & seeds". Master Caller. Retrieved 8 January 2015. 
  2. ^ "Averages". Darts Database. Retrieved 8 January 2015.