2019 German Darts Masters

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2019 German Darts Masters
Tournament information
Dates12–13 July 2019
VenueLANXESS arena
LocationCologne
Country Germany
Organisation(s)PDC
FormatLegs
Prize fund£60,000
Winners share£20,000
High checkout170 Germany Nico Kurz
(First round)
Champion(s)
Scotland Peter Wright
«2018 2020»

The 2019 German Darts Masters was the third staging of the tournament by the Professional Darts Corporation, and was the second entry in the 2019 World Series of Darts. The tournament featured 16 players (eight PDC players facing eight regional qualifiers) and was held at the LANXESS arena in Cologne, Germany on 12–13 July 2019.

Mensur Suljović was the defending champion after defeating Dimitri Van den Bergh 8–2 in the 2018 final, but lost 8–3 to Gabriel Clemens in the semi-finals.

Peter Wright won his third World Series title and his second in Germany with an 8–6 win over Gabriel Clemens in the final.

Three of the top-ranked PDC players were beaten in the first round, a new record for the World Series.

Prize money[edit]

The total prize fund was £60,000.

Position (no. of players) Prize Money
(Total: £60,000)
Winner (1) £20,000
Runner-Up (1) £10,000
Semi-finalists (2) £5,000
Quarter-finalists (4) £2,500
First round (8) £1,250

Qualifiers[edit]

The eight invited PDC representatives are (with the top 4 seeded following the 2019 US Darts Masters):[1]

  1. Scotland Peter Wright (Champion)
  2. Netherlands Michael van Gerwen (First round)
  3. England Rob Cross (Quarter-finals)
  4. Northern Ireland Daryl Gurney (Quarter-finals)
  5. Scotland Gary Anderson (First round)
  6. England James Wade (Semi-finals)
  7. Austria Mensur Suljović (Semi-finals)
  8. Netherlands Raymond van Barneveld (First round)

The German qualifiers are:

Qualification Player
#1 Ranked German player Germany Max Hopp (First round)
#2 Ranked German player Germany Martin Schindler (Quarter-finals)
#1 Ranked German Superleague Player Germany Gabriel Clemens (Runner-up)
#2 Ranked German Superleague Player Germany Nico Kurz (Quarter-finals)
#3 Ranked German Superleague Player Germany Kevin Münch (First round)
#4 Ranked German Superleague Player Germany Christian Bunse (First round)
#5 Ranked German Superleague Player Germany Robert Marijanović (First round)
#6 Ranked German Superleague Player Germany Maik Langendorf (First round)

Draw[edit]

First round
(best of 11 legs)
12 July
Quarter-finals
(best of 15 legs)
13 July
Semi-finals
(best of 15 legs)
13 July
Final
(best of 15 legs)
13 July
            
1 Scotland Peter Wright 96.69 6
Germany Robert Marijanović 88.10 4
1 Scotland Peter Wright 97.29 8
Germany Nico Kurz 91.25 6
  Scotland Gary Anderson 92.80 4
Germany Nico Kurz 95.03 6
1 Scotland Peter Wright 96.30 8
England James Wade 90.27 4
4 Northern Ireland Daryl Gurney 97.20 6
Germany Christian Bunse 92.82 2
4 Northern Ireland Daryl Gurney 74.78 0
England James Wade 97.76 8
  England James Wade 90.90 6
Germany Kevin Münch 82.29 2
1 Scotland Peter Wright 93.27 8
Germany Gabriel Clemens 92.69 6
2 Netherlands Michael van Gerwen 91.75 5
Germany Martin Schindler 91.90 6
  Germany Martin Schindler 91.05 2
Austria Mensur Suljović 100.89 8
  Austria Mensur Suljović 90.86 6
Germany Maik Langendorf 83.69 2
  Austria Mensur Suljović 91.59 3
Germany Gabriel Clemens 92.61 8
3 England Rob Cross 101.41 6
Germany Max Hopp 106.62 4
3 England Rob Cross 105.86 5
Germany Gabriel Clemens 99.21 8
  Netherlands Raymond van Barneveld 90.39 3
Germany Gabriel Clemens 98.48 6

References[edit]

  1. ^ "2019 World Series Competitors Confirmed". PDC. Retrieved 11 April 2019.