2017 German Darts Masters (World Series of Darts)

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2017 German Darts Masters
Tournament information
Dates20–21 October 2017
VenueCastello Arena
LocationDüsseldorf
Country Germany
Organisation(s)PDC
FormatLegs
Prize fund£60,000
Winners share£20,000
High checkout158 England James Wade
(Semi-finals)
Champion(s)
Scotland Peter Wright
2018»

The 2017 German Darts Masters was the inaugural staging of the tournament by the Professional Darts Corporation, as the seventh and last entry in the 2017 World Series of Darts. The tournament featured 16 players (eight PDC players facing eight regional qualifiers) and was held at the Castello Arena in Düsseldorf, Germany between 20–21 October 2017.

Peter Wright won his first World Series title after defeating Phil Taylor 11–4 in the final, after surviving one match dart each in his first round and quarter-final game.

Prize money[edit]

The total prize fund was £60,000.

Stage (no. of players) Prize money
Winner (1) £20,000
Runner-Up (1) £10,000
Semi-finalists (2) £5,000
Quarter-finalists (4) £2,500
Last 16 (8) £1,250

Qualifiers[edit]

[1]

The eight invited PDC representatives, sorted according to the World Series Order of Merit,[2] are:

  1. Scotland Gary Anderson (Quarter-finals)
  2. Netherlands Michael van Gerwen (Quarter-finals, withdrew with injury)
  3. England Phil Taylor (Runner-up)
  4. Scotland Peter Wright (Winner)
  5. Netherlands Raymond van Barneveld (Semi-finals)
  6. England James Wade (Semi-finals)
  7. Northern Ireland Daryl Gurney (Quarter-finals)
  8. Australia Kyle Anderson (First round)

The regional qualifiers are:

Qualification Player
Wildcard (World number 6) Austria Mensur Suljović (Quarter-finals)
Wildcard (World number 42) Germany Max Hopp (First round)
2017 Germany Superleague (First place) Germany Maik Langendorf (First round)
2017 Germany Superleague (Second place) Germany Stefan Stoyke (First round)
2017 Germany Superleague (Third place) Germany Martin Schindler (First round)
2017 Germany Superleague (Fourth place) Germany Kevin Münch (First round)
2017 Germany Superleague (Fifth place) Germany Dragutin Horvat (First round)
2017 Germany Superleague (Sixth place) Germany Robert Marijanović (First round)

Draw[edit]

First round
Best of 11 legs
20 October
Quarter-finals
Best of 19 legs
21 October
Semi-finals
Best of 21 legs
21 October
Final
Best of 21 legs
21 October
            
1 Scotland Gary Anderson 90.51 6
Germany Max Hopp 81.82 3
1 Scotland Gary Anderson 93.52 8
Netherlands Raymond van Barneveld 97.48 10
  Netherlands Raymond van Barneveld 90.11 6
Germany Stefan Stoyke 84.52 3
Netherlands Raymond van Barneveld 94.13 9
4 Scotland Peter Wright 94.94 11
4 Scotland Peter Wright 92.75 6
Germany Dragutin Horvat 90.81 5
4 Scotland Peter Wright 94.62 10
Austria Mensur Suljović 94.04 9
  Australia Kyle Anderson 96.16 5
Austria Mensur Suljović 96.97 6
4 Scotland Peter Wright 102.25 11
3 England Phil Taylor 93.93 4
2 Netherlands Michael van Gerwen 96.83 6
Germany Martin Schindler 93.76 2
2 Netherlands Michael van Gerwen[nb 1] w/d
England James Wade w/o
  England James Wade 101.02 6
Germany Kevin Münch 89.26 2
England James Wade 93.10 7
3 England Phil Taylor 95.97 11
3 England Phil Taylor 92.45 6
Germany Robert Marijanović 86.36 2
3 England Phil Taylor 100.40 10
Northern Ireland Daryl Gurney 97.00 7
  Northern Ireland Daryl Gurney 91.09 6
Germany Maik Langendorf 77.23 0

References[edit]

  1. ^ Van Gerwen withdrew from his quarter final match due to a foot injury.
  1. ^ "German Darts Masters Field Confirmed". PDC. Retrieved 5 September 2017.
  2. ^ "World Series Order of Merit". PDC. Retrieved 12 August 2017.