Dirk van Duijvenbode reached the final of the Dutch Darts Masters on Saturday. The Dutchman defeated James Wade in the semi-final in the Ziggo Dome and later in the evening will compete with Dimitri Van den Bergh for the overall victory. The Belgian was too strong for Danny Noppert in the semi-finals.
The Dutch Darts Masters will be held this year for the first time and is the third event of the six tournaments of the World Series of Darts. Michael Smith won the US Darts Masters early this month by beating Michael van Gerwen in the final in New York and Van den Bergh was the strongest at the Nordic Darts Masters in Copenhagen last week.
If Van Duijvenbode succeeds in beating Van den Bergh, he will crown a strong tournament in the Ziggo Dome. The 29-year-old South Hollander made an impression on Friday by beating reigning world champion Peter Wright 6-3 in the first round. He was then the strongest in a Dutch get-together with Martijn Kleermaker (6-4) and settled in the semi-finals in a thriller with Wade (7-6).
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